About home takes an inside look at a refugee camp 60 years after its creation.
Suha and Ahmad are two young Palestinian refugees born in Beirut. They are the second-generation Palestinian refugees, and though they feel Palestinian, they only have ever seen their homeland through TV.
The films explores the meaning of living in “stand by” mode, hoping for a resolution to the never-ending armed conflict unfolding in an atmosphere of hatred and violence.
Small clockwork bombs inhabiting this unstable country.
Screenplay and direction: Anna Giralt Gris
Production: prisamatafilms and “30 minuts”, TVC
Photography and editing: Anna Giralt Gris
Running time: 45/70 minutes-dvcam-color
Festivals:Middle East:what can cinema do, Fidadoc, 36.Festival der Nationen, Festival de cine de Granada, Medimed, OVNI, Slowfilmfest, HOT DOC’s (DOC’s soup), IDFA doc's for sale.
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