Islam’s Non-Believers is a 2016 documentary produced by Fuuse/films, and shot and directed by Emmy-winning and Bafta-nominated filmmaker Deeyah Khan. The film documents the lives and experiences of ex-Muslims: people who have left Islam to become atheists, and who often face discrimination, harassment, ostracism and violence for leaving Islam, both in the UK and abroad. The documentary was first shown on the ITV’s current affairs series Exposure.
GRAPHIC HAVOC provided Fuuse/films with brand identity system development for their documentary film, Islam’s Non-Believers. The identity system consists of wordmark design delivered in a style guide that includes color palette, typographic matrix, graphic design of marketing materials for social media & print, motion design for main title, captions subtitles and end credits.