Portrait of four young Syrian film directors in a quest for public

Portrait of four young Syrian film directors in a quest for public Soudade Kaadan
Born in 1979, Soudade studied theatre critique in Damascus, then film critique at the Saint Joseph University in Beirut.
 
Portrait of four young Syrian film directors in a quest for public Ammar Al-Beik
Born in 1972 in Damascus, this self-taught artist accessed the image world by assisting the shootings of the “notables”. He considers cinema as sacred and is partial to experimentation…
 
Portrait of four young Syrian film directors in a quest for public Meyar al-Roumi
Born in 1973 in Damascus, Syria, Meyar Al Roumi studied photography at the Beaux Arts and followed with cinema at the Paris VIII university and at the FEMIS where he graduated in 2001.
 
Portrait of four young Syrian film directors in a quest for public Rami Farah
Born in 1980, Rami Farah is a comprehensive artist: actor, dancer, choreographer… Together with Rim Al Ali and Hazem Hamoui, he is also one of the three young directors that graduated at the Arab Institute of Film on Amman in Jordan. Rami likes to be behind the camera at times, and others in front of it.
 
   
(20/05/2009)

 
   
   

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