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The Silence of War: Damascus

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2019 | Spain, Syria | 29 MIN | North America Premiere

Thursday, March 26 | 8:30PM | Movie Tavern 2
Friday, March 27 | 3:30PM | Movie Tavern 2

How does Damascus sound? In this 29-minute intimate portrait of the Syrian capital, full of nuances and hidden spots, we enter into the streets and the culture of Damascus with the writer and war correspondent Mikel Ayestaran, who has been to Syria dozens of times before and during the war.

Director/Film/Sound/Editor: José Bautista
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English
This film is paired with the Feature Film: Nowhere

Source: Thin Line

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