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DARB 1718

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Posted on: Thursday 07 December 2017
يسر مركز درب ١٧١٨ للثقافة والفنون المعاصرة أن يستضيف جزء من "المهرجان العالمي لأفلام الهجرة" الذي اطلقته المنظمة الدولية للهجرة فى نسخته الأولى عام ٢٠١٦. العرض الأول يوم الأحد ١٠ أكتوبر في تمام الساعة ٧ مساءً. فيلم "ضائع في لبنان" العرض الثاني يوم الأحد ١٧ أكتوبر في تمام الساعة ٧ مساءً. فيلم "أغنية إلى سوريا" وفيلم "الرحلة" أطلقت المنظمة الدولية للهجرة المهرجان العالمي لأفلام الهجرة في عام ٢٠١٦. يعرض المهرجان أفلام وثائقيات تقوم بتصوير التطلعات والتحديات التي تنتظر من يختاروا مغادرة أوطانهم للهجرة بحثاً عن حياةٍ أفضل، كما يعرض المهرجان المساهمات المميزة التي يقدمها المهاجرون لمجتمعاتهم الجديدة. يمهد المهرجان الطريق لطرح وتوسيع النقاش حول تلك الظاهرة التي تعد من أهم الظواهر في هذا العصر. المهرجان العالمي لأفلام الهجرة هو شريك في وكذلك حملة الأمم المتحدة "معاً" والتي تهدف إلى تغيير المفاهيم والاتجاهات الخاطئة نحو اللاجئين والمهاجرين. الدخول مجاناً. Darb 1718 for Arts and Culture is honored to host part of the second edition of "Global Migration Film Festival" which was first launched by International Organization for Migration in 2016. Free Entrance. The UN Migration Agency (IOM) launched The Global Migration Film Festival in 2016. This Festival features films and documentaries that capture the promise and challenges of migration for those who leave their homes in search of a better life and the unique contributions migrants make to their new communities. It paves the way for greater discussion around one of the greatest phenomenon of our time. The Global Migration Film Festival is a partner of Plural+ and the UN campaign, TOGETHER, which aim to change negative perceptions and attitudes towards refugees and migrants. *Lost in Lebanon Sunday, 10th of December- 7PM Running Time: 80 minutes "Lost in Lebanon" gains access to unknown stories in a region that is on the fringes of hell. Spending over a year in Lebanon - in Beirut and on the borders of Syria, this film tells the story behind the news reports and reflects the lives of the people living in the shadow of the Syrian war Trailer: *Ballad for Syria Sunday, 17th of December- 7PM Running Time: 48 minutes This self-reflective musical documentary, narrates poetic stories in short stanzas about the life of Maisa Alhafez, a musician and a Syrian refugee living in Istanbul. The film is about her longing for her loved ones as she tries to make a place for herself in the world of the displaced. Her family are still in Syria, but her fiancé is in the Netherlands. Border regimes make it challenging to unite. Maisa works hard for her vision to transform borders by building a multicultural community - “The oriental Istanbul Mosaic Choir”. Maisa believes that through music and love the wounds of her people and children can be healed. Trailer: *The Journey Sunday, 17th of December- 7PM Running Time: 67 minutes For 31-year-old Aboud, seeking asylum in Europe is the only way the Syrian father can reunite with his wife and two children. The only problem is getting there. This film follows Aboud for a year as he sets out on a grueling and uncertain journey from Istanbul to the Netherlands, while his wife Christine and their children leave their home in Damascus for their new life in Europe. Trailer: