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Omar Amiralay Master Class (al-Hayat al-Yaomiyyah fi Qaryah Suriyyah)

Special Screening - Doha Tribecca Film Festival 2011

Omar Amiralay / Feature Documentary / Syria, France / 1974 / 90 min / Black & White / HDCAM / In Arabic / English subtitles / N/A
Rated: Parental guidance is advised for viewers under the age of 13. Individuals under the age of 13 are not admitted into cinemas unless accompanied by an individual aged 18 or older.

Synopsis

Everyday Life in a Syrian Village

About the Director

Amiralay used cinema as a means to engage citizens and reflect their struggle for freedom, democracy and social justice in Syria and the Arab world. His approach to documentary filmmaking continues to define generations of filmmakers. Amiralay’s final film “Everyday Life in a Syrian Village”, is banned as it contains a strong critique of the government’s failure to provide basic amenities to Syrian citizens.

Credits

Director
Omar Amiralay
Screenwriter
Omar Amiralay, Saadallah Wannous
Producer
General Organization for Cinema, Syria
Editor
Qais Zubaydi
Cinematographer
Hazem Baya’a, Abdo Hamzeh
Sound
Sound: Hassan Salem

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