International Premiere

Fatmé

Fatmé, 11, fled Syria with her family to Lebanon, living in a roadside tent. Her appearance and feisty nature provoke discussion, but she simply aspires to be the strongest. 

SYNOPSIS

Fatmé, 11 years old, left Syria with her entire family to live in Lebanon, in a tent by the side of a country road. Her disheveled hair, dirty clothes, and love for fighting are subjects of discussion among those around her while she says that she just want to be the strongest..

Theme(s): , Human Rights, Identity, Sociology, War

DETAILS

Director | , Diala Al hindaoui
Year | , 2023
Country | , France
Duration | 15 minutes
Original language | , Arabic
Subtitles | , French
Image | Cléo Miquel Delhon, Maissa Elydja Olivier
Sound | Plume Languille
Editing | Hugo Pichon Martin, Lili Cazals
Production | Timothé Perrier

DIRECTOR

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Diala Al hindaoui

SEE COMPLETE PROFILE

Diala Al Hindaoui born in 1997, screenwriter and Syrian director, was student in the script writing section in the cinema school Cinefabrique in Lyon (France). She lived in Syria until 2014, then moved to Lebanon where she obtained her baccalaureate. She arrived in France in 2016, where she did a bachelor’s degree in film studies at the University of Paris 8. Diala has been a screenwriter on several projects and has also directed her first short documentary in her school : Two pieces of memory in 2022.

CAREER

FIPADOC - Festival International Documentaire • Cinéma du réel

UPCOMING SCREENINGS

SCREENING 1 | 

25 July 2024 at 20h45

Parc Molson 

This film is included in screening Short film competition – Programme #2

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