Followed by a discussion with the director.
Sara is a single mother and novelist, shocked into silence, at a time of extreme sectarian violence and nightly curfews in Baghdad. She and her neighbours let us into their everyday lives, as they struggle to resist the fragmentation of their world and renew a fragile sense of hope and belief in a better future.
Maysoon Pachachi is a London - based filmmaker of Iraqi origin. She studied Philosophy at University College London and then filmmaking at the London Film School. She was for many years a documentary and drama film editor in the UK and has worked since 1994 as an independent documentary film director. She has also taught film directing and editing in Britain and Palestine. In 2004, with her colleague, Iraqi filmmaker, Kasim Abid, she co-founded d Independent Film & Television College, a free of charge film training centre in Baghdad, whose students produced 17 short documentary filmsshowcased internationally.
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