3 p.m. EDT Sunday, July 26, 2020
Yemeni Stories Told by Yemeni Filmmakers
In partnership with Romooz Foundation, the Arab Film Series is pleased to bring you an afternoon of Yemeni documentary short films, created and told through the eyes of Yemeni filmmakers. These short films showcase the impact the war in Yemen has had and continues to make on the Yemeni community throughout the world. These films uplift the voices of Yemeni filmmakers and their experiences. These are their stories.
Just Another Memory (2018) dir. Mariam Al-Dhabhani / 14 minutes
Abdu (2019) dir. Wissam Al-Kamali / 6 minutes
A Yellow Life (2018) dir. Osama Haji / 3 minutes
Sandwiched (2019) dir. Omar al-Fotaihi / 17 minutes
Departure (2017) Ibi Ibrahim / 9 minutes
A Pill (2018) dir. Sabreen Al-Yousefi / 3 minutes
The Tale of Ali (2019) dir. Rahman Taha / 5 minutes
In the Middle (2019) dir. Mariam Al-Dhabhani / 14 minutes
Yemen, United States / Documentary / Rated PG13 / In Arabic and English with English subtitles / Total runtime 71 minutes
Following the screening will be an intimate talkback with filmmakers Sara Ishaq and Mariam Al-Dhabhani.
This collaboration between Romooz Foundation and AANM comes together through the Museum’s Artists + Residents program, which is currently hosting Yemeni American visual artist, filmmaker and art practitioner Ibi Ibrahim. Ibrahim is the director of Romooz Foundation, an independent, non-profit foundation dedicated to support emerging Art and Literature in Yemen.
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