For Sama

Documentary by Waad Al-Kateab and Edward Watts. Released on October 9, 2019. Waad al-Kateab is a young Syrian woman who lives in Aleppo when war breaks out in 2011. Under the bombardments, life goes on. She films the losses, hopes and solidarity of the people of Aleppo on a daily basis. Waad and her doctor husband are torn between leaving and protecting their daughter Sama or resisting for the freedom of their country.

Dominique Vautrin

Dominique Vautrin is a French photographer. Influenced by American street photography, he develops during his various projects, a dark work that depicts a society in a phase of anonymization. The c...

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