“Pomegranate is groundbreaking … a worthwhile story, one that is intriguing and culturally needed, especially during this time,” said Scott Rosenfelt, Executive Producer of Pomegranate, known for Home Alone, Mystic Pizza and Smoke Signals.
“Pomegranate is the proverbial American ‘mixing pop’ some writers have alluded to in the past. Weam does it well.” – Stanley D. Williams, PhD, author of The Moral Premise: Harnessing Virtue & Vice for Box Office Success
“A welcome, refreshing originality that examines some thought-provoking themes regarding ethnicity, religion, patriotism, family, community, the American dream and friendship.” – Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Reader
“I think anytime there’s opportunities, like this movie for instance, where the communities come together, it really provides an opportunity for reconciliation and understanding and education.” Martin Manna, president of the Chaldean Community Foundation and the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce
“(Namou) has been one of those public voices inside the Chaldean community that calls for cooperation and reconciliation between different people.” Dawud Walid, executive director of the Michigan chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations