18 year old Syrian refugee Bushra Al Masri creates a powerful experimental film recounting her life in Syria before and during the revolution and how it tore it family apart.
Filmed as part of a 6-week workshop, with Syrian girls living as refugees in an urban community in northern Jordan who created expressionistic video diaries providing openings into their everyday lives.
Bushra, 18, is from Dara'a, Syria. She fled the civil war 3 years ago and now lives as a refugee in Irbid, Jordan. This is her first time using a camera and making a film, which she created during a 6-week video workshop.
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