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2, 3 and 10 November, 7 p.m.

Cinema cycle with Guevara Namer

Cycle of cinema selected by the Sirian artist Guevara Namer

Citizen With A Movie Camera (video series), 2012

During the war, YouTube became an alternative communication platform for Syrians outside the constraints of local and international media. This is a selection of videos made by Syrians for Syrians.
Warning: some scenes, dialogue and images may hurt the sensitivity of the viewers.
Authors: Osama Burhan, Ahmad Dawn, Diana Eljeiroudi, Guevara Namer, Orwa Nyrabia and Zaher Omareen | Duration: 70 min. | Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017, 19.00 h. | Admission: Free.


Morning Fears, Night Chants , 2013

A young Syrian woman does not share the beliefs of her parents. Being a young woman, her parents do not allow her to leave home, much less participate in activities against the Syrian regime. Nevertheless, she rebels, writing and singing protest songs in secret, hoping they will encourage others to think and believe in a better future and greater freedom.
Author: Diana Eljeiroudi and Guevara Namer. | Duration: 39 min. | Date: Friday 3 November 2017, 19.00 h. | Admission: Free.


Life on the border , 2015

Thousands of people share the same fate under the tarpaulins of refugee camps in Kobanê and Shingal. Kurdish filmmaker Bahman Ghobadi has given camcorders to eight children who, through their individual perspectives, explain how they live in the camps.
Author: Bahman Ghobadi. | Duration: 73 min. | Date: Friday 10 November 2017, 19.00 h. | Admission: Free.