Samer Salameh
Syria, Lebanon | 2017 | 88 min | Documentary
Synopsis
The film follows the director’s journey as he is forced to join the Palestinian Liberation Army in Syria only a month before the start of the Syrian uprising. With the escalation of violence and the increasing attacks by the Syrian regime army on the camp, the director and his friends attempt to document the hopes, struggles, departures and loss they experience.

Samer Salameh

Samer Salameh

Samer Salameh was born in Syria and grew up in the Yarmouk camp, Damascus. Since a young age, Samer has been active in the field of dramatic and visual arts. After participating in several theatre plays and short films in Damascus, Samer started filming the world around him. In 2008 and 2009, Samer produced his first two independent films narrating the story of Palestinian refugees who had fled Iraq. Since then, Samer has continued directing and editing films, focusing particularly on the events that took place in his native Yarmouk.

Filmography :

Vision (2006)

Penelope (2008) 

Fourth Floor After the Nakba Selected (2015) 

Trailer

194, Us children of the camp (Trailer)