24th TDF: Greek Premiere

2022 marks the 10th anniversary of the Syrian Refugee Crisis. With over six million refugees, it remains the largest human forced migration crisis of our times. Shot over an unparalleled ten years, Lebanese-Syrian director Noura Kevorkian’s intimate camera follows the plight of Maria and her family of Syrian migrant workers who find themselves unable to return back to their hometown of Raqqa Syria. Unique among the numerous refugee stories to date, this verité documentary captures an entire decade while documenting not just the age-old conflict between Syria and Lebanon, but the unbending spirit of a woman who puts family ahead of all else.

Screening Schedule

No physical screenings scheduled.

Available at the Agora Market.

Direction: Noura Kevorkian
Script: Noura Kevorkian
Cinematography: Noura Kevorkian, Wajdi Elian
Editing: Noura Kevorkian, Mike Munn
Sound: Ryan Birnberg, Rudy Michael
Production: Saaren Films, Six Island Productions, Musa Dagh Productions
Producers: Paul Scherzer, Noura Kevorkian
Color: Color
Production Country: Lebanon, Canada, Qatar
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 125΄
Contact: Six Island Productions

Noura Kevorkian


2002 Veils Uncovered (short)
2009 Anjar: Flowers, Goats and Heroes
2015 23 Kilometres (fiction)
2021 Batata