Rijaa Nadeem

Rijaa Nadeem


Documentary – Full Court: The Spencer Haywood Story

As a 20-year old former Olympian, Haywood sue the NBA for the right to turn pro without finishing college. The case went to the Supreme Court and in 1971, the Court’s decided in favor of Haywood.
Created with smartphones in mind, a go-show tells a story episodically via multiple mediums. “Fire Bones” includes podcasts, short films, music videos, poems, and still images.

Television – Murder Made me Famous: Charles Manson

In 1969, nine people are killed by a notorious cult leader with mostly female followers living in a commune.

Television – Murder Made me Famous: Jim Jones

Known for his extreme beliefs on Christianity, socialist politics and racial equality, Jim Jones becomes infamous for leading a mass murder-suicide of over 900 of his followers in Jonestown, Guyana.

Television – Price of Fame: Robin Williams

Often considered “the most unique mind on earth,” the life of Robin Williams as a brilliant actor and comedian was unfortunately overshadowed by his own personal demons.

Television – Price of Fame: Prince

Rogers Nelson, commonly known mononymously as Prince, was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. The recipient of numerous awards and nominations, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest musicians of his generation.

Television – Scandal Made me Famous: Amanda Knox

Within weeks of moving to Perugia, Italy, Amanda Knox becomes charged with her roommate’s bloody murder, but she maintains her innocence.

Television – Murder Made me Famous: Steven Avery

The 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach in Manitowoc County is pinned on Steven Avery after serving 18 years for a rape he didn’t commit.

Television – Murder Made me Famous: Jodi Arias

Sex, jealously and obsession fuel a national media fixation on Jodi Arias, who in 2008 savagely murdered her ex-boyfriend, 30 year-old motivational speaker Travis Alexander.

Television – Documentary: Ronald Reagan: Movie Star Turned President

Television – Scandal Made me Famous: Lorena Bobbitt

23-year-old Lorena Bobbitt mutilates her abusive husband by cutting off his penis.

Television – Scandal Made me Famous: Tiger Woods

Everything crumbles down for one of the biggest international golf sports stars, after it was revealed he had been cheating on his wife Elin Nordegren with a number of women.
A world-class ice skater, becomes the focus of a scandal following an attack on her greatest rival, Nancy Kerrigan, six weeks before the 1994 Winter Olympic Games; when Tonya’s ex-husband fesses-up, he drags her down with him.