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ACP Film Series: “9 Days from my Window in Aleppo”

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

Featuring work by: Issa Touma

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Issa Touma is a self-taught photographer & Film director based in Aleppo. His work can be found in several international collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London & FOMU Museum in Antwerp. His movie “9 Days from my window in Aleppo” was awarded Best Short Film by the European Film Awards; Best Short Film at the London Film Festival and the Tribute Award at the International Short Film Festival in New York. “9 Days from my window in Aleppo” been shown in more than 60 festivals and around 50 cultural activities around the world. His new movie “Greetings from Aleppo” opened the International Film Festival of Rotterdam in 2017 and won a DIG AWARD in Italy.

In 2012, shortly after the outbreak of the Syrian civil war, Touma’s organization Le Pont, initiated Art Camping for Syrian refugees and citizens of Aleppo. This unique collaborative project, whose participants come from di erent religious and ethnic backgrounds, attempts to foster resistance to political and religious radicalism through artistic interventions and cultural dialogue. Currently, Touma is an artist in residence at the Swedish city of Gävle with a scholarship from ICORN | international cities of refuge network.

In collaboration with the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, Art Camping,

Film Screening Oct 23 07:00pm

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

441 Freedom Pkwy NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
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(404) 865-7100

Mon-Sat: 9AM – 4:45PM
Sunday: 12 – 4:45PM