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Aleppo

USA201920minFictionDCPcolor

DirectorAnthony GRIPPA

Hanan, a successful Syrian-American doctor, returns to Syria to help victims of war. When the hospital where she works is bombed, she suffers a traumatic brain injury that leaves her face blind. Unable to recognize the faces of even those closest to her, Hanan’s world has been turned upside down and her identity lost. Now home in New York, Hanan has difficulty coming to terms with how her life has changed following the attack. Haunted by her trauma and struggling to adjust to her condition, Hanan must confront her fear of navigating the world, putting her identity, and her future as a doctor, in doubt.

 

Schedule

  • 2019-08-17

    11:00

    PIPFF 1

    15 E Free

  • 2019-08-19

    16:00

    PIPFF 2

    15 E Free

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Program Note

 Hanan, a successful Syrian-American doctor, returns to Syria to help victims of war. When the hospital where she works is bombed, she suffers a traumatic brain injury that leaves her face blind. Unable to recognize the faces of even those closest to her, Hanan suffers from PTSD even after returning home in the United States. Struggling to come to terms with her new life, she exerts every effort to overcome her fear of losing her identity and future as a doctor. It is a film that explores the hidden traces of war, horror, and brutality through a doctor’s lonely battle with herself.

Credit

  • ProducerBayard OUTERBRIDGE
  • Cast Laëtitia EÏDO, Walles HAMONDE, Amel KHALIL
  • Screenwriter Brennan ELIZABETH PETERS, Morris LONG
  • Cinematography Miklos BUK
  • Editor Yoni REISS
  • Music Alexis SAM
  • Sound David 'Lion' THOMPSON

Director

  • Anthony GRIPPA

    He is a director, editor, and photographer based in New York. He graduated from Rutgers University with a B.A. in history and earned his M.F.A. in directing from the AFI.