Entries by hopeforact

“Requiem for Justice”

The Landscapes of Hope network of 25 civil society organisations will present “Requiem for Justice”, an international online event on 28, 29 and 30 August 2020. The Event will feature music, poetry, films and opinion statements by more than 40 artists and writers from 18 countries, in an effort to raise voices against injustice and […]

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Directed by Zahra Dahous, 27 years old from Damascus countryside About the film: The film takes place during the Corona crisis, where the director, a young Syrian refugee in Lebanon, interviews her brothers and talks to them about their fears if work stops as a result of the Corona crisis and the economic crisis that […]

My Sister Asma, Under the Lockdown

Directed by Ayham Ateya, 26 years old from Kotna About the film: 8-year-old Asma hates school and today spends her quarantine time playing and watching movies with her film-loving siblings. During this time, Asma and her siblings are reliving their memories in Syria, by watching old family photos and videos.


  Directed by Shadi Al-Wadi, 24 years old from Daraa About the film: During the quarantine imposed because of the corona crisis, Shadi loses his dream and returns to the starting point, living inside his room and confining himself to it again, after he began to realize his dream through learning in the field of […]


Directed by Wafaa Dahous, 25 years old from Damascus countryside About the film: Wafaa, a theatre actress, spends a day with the family of her colleague Ayman, and observes how he takes care of his elderly father, especially after the corona crisis and the family’s fear of him getting infected with the virus.