One Day in Aleppo

  • Ali Alibrahim
  • Syria, Sweden
  • 2017
  • 24 min
  • Dutch Premiere
  • IDFA Competition for Short Documentary
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A devastated city with no food, fuel, water, no place to bury the dead and nowhere to treat the wounded. After months of suffocating siege and daily bombings on the city of Aleppo people express their hope through small endeavours such as a group of kids painting ruins as a game. It shows stories of people trying to have a normal day in a place where more than 280,000 civilians languish under a siege imposed by the Syrian regime and Russian forces, cutting off supplies and keeping daily bombings.

Credits

Director
Ali Alibrahim
Production
Feras Fayyad for Verité Production

Contact

World Sales
Feras Fayyad for Verité Production
Festival Handling
Karina Bernauer for Verité Production

More information

Available versions
50
Spoken languages
Not applicable

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IDFA history

2017
Dutch Premiere
IDFA Competition for Short Documentary

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