“Syria: Looking for a world” is the title of a series of screenings, exhibitions, and discussions happening in Paris Diderot University, to tackle the Syrian story after the bombing of Aleppo:
“One year ago, Aleppo started to be bombed in front of the world’s eyes, who were watching with indifference, cynicism, and helplessness. December 2016 marks a new stage in the bloody conflict that started in Syria since the revolution in 2011, and who pushed to talk about "impossible revolution"
The goal is an attempt to collectively think how has this history been written so far and how it is written now and how would it be written in the future?”
The event will take place from 9th to 17th of December and 21st of January 2018
“The Boy and The Sea”, by Samer Ajouri and "Yaman" by Amer Barzawi will be screened on Tuesday 12th December at “Amphi buffon”-Paris as a part of the section: “We Come from the Future: Animation films”.
On Saturday on December 16, “Taste of Cement” by Ziad Kalthoum, and “300 Miles” by Orwa Mokdad are two of the three Syrian documentaries taking part in the section “2011 and After” at INHA.