Ta’a Marboutah

Synopsis: Ta’a Marboutah (the feminine E) is a human rights documentary that brings forward the issue of identity complications in general, and the right of Jordanian women to give their children the Jordanian nationality in particular. Ordinary women address the camera in moments of truth. They carry their painful stories into paths of confession and…

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As We Forgive?

“One man: two characters… an altar, revenge rituals… in a bleeding surreal reality… some attempts to darn a cracked moral system… and stumbling in a shattered world… To forgive, does that mean anything?” “As We Forgive?!” by Sawsan Darwaza, is a play that treats the moral system in this unstable world. This distorted moral system…

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Love Boat

In “Love Boat”, a witty wind will take you to the heart of the dreadful crossings of the Mediterranean, the last hope of freedom for tens of thousands of Syrians. This tragic comedy draws the life course of a Syrian theatre troupe aboard on a modular “boat scene” adaptable to its different destinations. In 2015,…

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