"For Sama" - Trailer

Filmmaker Waad al-Kateab filmed her life in the rebel-held Syrian city of Aleppo over five years. She fell in love, got married and had a daughter all while filming the violence raging around her — and in particular, documenting the unique challenges the Syrian conflict imposed on women and children.

"For Sama" - Trailer

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