Tales about the Lost Land (in this case, Syria) from a single object – a car. Within it, each individual depends on their own capacity for imagination to decide whether to take people to the affective horizon in which they live their lives. ‘Aziza’, directed by Soudad Kaadam, plays with survival strategies in a world that is constantly trying to exterminate not only bodies but also subjectivities.


Kaadan Soudade Soudade Kaadan is a Syrian director, born in France. She studied theater criticism in the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in Syria and filmmaking in Saint Joseph University (IESAV) Lebanon. Her films have screened at several venues nationally and internationally and have received international awards. Her first feature fiction film ‘The Day I Lost My Shadow’ was awarded The Lion of The Future award for best debut film in Venice Film Festival 2018 and has been screened in several festivals: TIFF, BFI, Busan and IFFR. Her recent short film ‘Aziza’ won Sundance Grand Jury Prize in 2019.


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