Directed by Dina Naser
Experimental film that reenacts one family’s experience during Gaza’s 2014 Shujaiya massacre where dozens died after being given a moment’s notice to evacuate before their neighborhood was bombed by the Israeli government.
Dina Naser holds a Bachelor’s degree in art and graphic design from the Applied Science University in Jordan, and is currently pursuing her masters in documentary film direction through the DocNomads program (run through the European Union’s Erasmus Mundus program). Beginning in the art department, Dina has worked her way through a variety of television and film productions, until she began independently directing and producing.
88 minsA compilation of moody short narratives that demonstrate superbly crafted visual storytelling while engaging important socio-political realities of various parts of the Arab World and beyond. From a father who seeks to protect his only daughter from ISIS to an experimental rendering of Gaza's 2014 Shujaiya massacre: these films are captivating inasmuch as they touch upon pressing issues.