Qasim Basir's follow-up to his critically-acclaimed feature film directorial debut "Mooz-Lum," is set to make its world premiere at the upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival which runs from June 1 to 9, 2016. “Destined” tells the parallel stories of Sheed and Rasheed, portrayed by the same actor (Cory Hardrict), as they explore the idea of destiny as well as how the smallest incident can manifest itself into a life changing event. The film presents two possible outcomes, involving everything from street violence to corporate corruption. Cory Hardrict delivers what's being called a breakout performance, navigating his role in each world, demonstrating that on any path, the future is mutable and journey toward fulfilling your destiny is never simple. Produced by Tommy Oliver via and his Confluential Films banner ("1982," "Kinyarwanda"), Rick Rosenthal, and Matt Ratner, the film's cast also includes Margot Bingham, Jesse Metcalfe, Jason Dohring, Zulay Henao, Hill Harper, La La Anthony, Paula Devicq, James McCaffrey, Mo McRae, and Robert Christopher Riley. Co-Producers are Billy Mulligan, Codie Elaine Oliver, Eddie Rubin, and Sultan Sharrief. Exec Producers are Tom Rau, Walter Thurmond, Cory Hardrict, Hill Harper, Hassan Golzari, Bert Kern, Arun Kumar, and Nick Morton. The film has its world premiere screening on Monday, June 6 at 9pm. No trailer yet, but we have our first look at some footage from the film below, as well as the poster above.