Sanam Mama Dabrundeba
by Mari Gulbiani
GEORGIA, France, Germany - 2018 - 75 MINUTES
In the darkened classroom of a Georgian village, cracked white walls serve as a movie screen. The children's first cinematic experience is about to begin. Among them are Iman and Eva, two young Muslims. The experience will be a turning point for them that will encourage them to take the camera and start filming their daily lives. They grow up in a valley overrun by radicalism, where most people live in fear of their loved ones sacrificing their lives in the name of God.
In 2018: Cinemed - International Mediterranean Film Festival of Montpellier - Montpellier (France) - Documentary Competition
In 2018: States General of Documentary Films - Lussas (France) - Sélection Docmonde
In 2018: Sheffield Doc / Fest - Sheffield (United Kingdom) - Selection