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Sat, 24 Feb 2018 04:00:00 +0000
Atlanta Is Experiencing A Film And TV Production Boom ›
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: The Academy Awards are just over a week away. One of the nominees is the documentary "Last Men in Aleppo," the first Syrian film to be nominated for an Oscar. It documents a year in the life of a rebel outpost in the Syrian city of Aleppo. There's no narration. Rather our guides are Khaled and Mahmoud. They're volunteer emergency responders, White Helmets. They spend their days racing to the site of the latest Russian or Syrian government bombing, then digging out survivors and dead bodies from under fallen buildings. (SOUNDBITE OF DOCUMENTARY, "LAST MEN IN ALEPPO") UNIDENTIFIED MAN: (Speaking Arabic). KELLY: Before Syria's popular uprising and the severe government response that followed, Khaled and Mahmoud led different lives. Filmmaker Feras Fayyad describes them. FERAS FAYYAD: Khaled - he's from well-educated family, grew up in Aleppo, and he dreamed to be a firefighter because his uncle was a firefighter. KELLY:
Fri, 23 Feb 2018 22:13:00 +0000
Director Of Oscar-Nominated Aleppo Doc Wants His Film To Serve As Witness ›
This winter, the Syrian government regained control over the entire city of Aleppo. For years before that, it was the largest urban stronghold of anti-regime rebels. Over those years, there were countless government bombings, and the city was reduced to rubble. The documentary Last Men In Aleppo , by Syrian filmmaker Feras Fayyad, takes viewers inside the city. "I grew up in the countryside of Aleppo," he says. "And Aleppo — it's my city, where I know every single street and every single store." In 2015 and 2016, Fayyad and his crew followed a group of self-appointed rescue workers called White Helmets. The film has been nominated for an Oscar in the documentary category, making it the first Syrian film to receive that honor. Interview Highlights On the experience of filming his city while it was being destroyed It's very painful on one level, but on [another] level it's put me in the position of responsibility. ... This is a story [that] could be writing the history and save the
Fri, 23 Feb 2018 22:13:00 +0000
President Trump Is Pushing Several Ideas To Prevent School Shootings ›
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: The Academy Awards are just over a week away. One of the nominees is the documentary "Last Men in Aleppo," the first Syrian film to be nominated for an Oscar. It documents a year in the life of a rebel outpost in the Syrian city of Aleppo. There's no narration. Rather our guides are Khaled and Mahmoud. They're volunteer emergency responders, White Helmets. They spend their days racing to the site of the latest Russian or Syrian government bombing, then digging out survivors and dead bodies from under fallen buildings. (SOUNDBITE OF DOCUMENTARY, "LAST MEN IN ALEPPO") UNIDENTIFIED MAN: (Speaking Arabic). KELLY: Before Syria's popular uprising and the severe government response that followed, Khaled and Mahmoud led different lives. Filmmaker Feras Fayyad describes them. FERAS FAYYAD: Khaled - he's from well-educated family, grew up in Aleppo, and he dreamed to be a firefighter because his uncle was a firefighter. KELLY:
Fri, 23 Feb 2018 22:13:00 +0000
Why Major Companies Are Severing Ties With The NRA After Parkland Shooting ›
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: The Academy Awards are just over a week away. One of the nominees is the documentary "Last Men in Aleppo," the first Syrian film to be nominated for an Oscar. It documents a year in the life of a rebel outpost in the Syrian city of Aleppo. There's no narration. Rather our guides are Khaled and Mahmoud. They're volunteer emergency responders, White Helmets. They spend their days racing to the site of the latest Russian or Syrian government bombing, then digging out survivors and dead bodies from under fallen buildings. (SOUNDBITE OF DOCUMENTARY, "LAST MEN IN ALEPPO") UNIDENTIFIED MAN: (Speaking Arabic). KELLY: Before Syria's popular uprising and the severe government response that followed, Khaled and Mahmoud led different lives. Filmmaker Feras Fayyad describes them. FERAS FAYYAD: Khaled - he's from well-educated family, grew up in Aleppo, and he dreamed to be a firefighter because his uncle was a firefighter. KELLY:
Fri, 23 Feb 2018 22:13:00 +0000
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