FAST RISING film director Nina Salim is set to publish her first movie namely Poetria this month December 2021, which was both produced and directed by her. Talking to The New Times, Salim said that this movie aims to tell a story of a muse who came from another world, sent by destiny, to inspire poets whom she lived with in a cave. The inspiration of writing a meditation story came from Muses Imagination according to Salim. “I got inspired by muses imagination and stories where we find a muse who really inspires artists in their whole creation and creativity and as an artist, I wanted to produce a film that shows the hustle of poet artists who are searching for the ‘Inganzo’ inspiration in their inner brain and fighting to get the muse Poetria and draw in her knowledge,” she said. According to her, ‘Poetria’ is a movie that will awaken people’s creative side and make them question why they limit themselves and always follow norms which dont help them develop a personality and beliefs that follow them till the end of time. The movie which is prided to be the first shot in a cave in Rwanda will also feature renowned actors and actresses such as Reine Shaffiah Rizinde, who is the main actress, Nadine Ishimwe and Abdulmadjid Nsengiyumva. Salim called on Rwandans to support cinema because it is an art that contributes a lot in selling emotions and changing peoples minds. About Nina Salim Nina Salim is a Rwandan artist, screenwriter, poetess and actress born in Bujumbura Burundi. She was located in Rwanda in 2016, where she started doing her art and learnt some techniques of doing poetry and theater play. She was born in 1992 in Bujumbura, Burundi, and has been writing short stories, poems, theater scripts and quotes for 17 years and has also attended literature classes in Burundi and learnt some techniques of writing novels and stage play in Rwanda. She started her career in 2019 and did different workshops in different places such as in Mashariki in 2020 and Imitana production in Twige Sinema.