33rd festival
01–04 April 2020
  • Norsk
  • I, Witness

    Nominated film (2018): Amandus STUDENT
    • Documentary
    • 30 min.
    • Available for everyone

    Screenings

    I, Witness

    I, WITNESS is portraying how to live and love when life challenges you the most. Haifaa Award is a doctor with a Syrian background living in Denmark. She has been several times in Syria to offer her medical help to the war victims. After being an important voice in the public debate in Denmark she has been denied access into Syria and it is now life risking for her to go back to her birthplace. Witnessing war and being torn apart from her last family roots in Syria is confronting Haifaa with one of our most present questions today – how to live and act when you have witnessed war.

    School:
    Den Danske Filmskolen
    Country:
    Denmark
    Production year
    2017
    Director:
    Louise Leth
    Producer:
    Zire Schucany
    Cinematography:
    Eddie Klint
    Editor:
    Mads Michael Olsen
    Sound:
    Jonas R. Kirkegaard
    Music:
    Rasmus Møldrup

    I, Witness

    I, WITNESS is portraying how to live and love when life challenges you the most. Haifaa Award is a doctor with a Syrian background living in Denmark. She has been several times in Syria to offer her medical help to the war victims. After being an important voice in the public debate in Denmark she has been denied access into Syria and it is now life risking for her to go back to her birthplace. Witnessing war and being torn apart from her last family roots in Syria is confronting Haifaa with one of our most present questions today – how to live and act when you have witnessed war.

    Screenings

    School:
    Den Danske Filmskolen
    Country:
    Denmark
    Production year
    2017
    Director:
    Louise Leth
    Producer:
    Zire Schucany
    Cinematography:
    Eddie Klint
    Editor:
    Mads Michael Olsen
    Sound:
    Jonas R. Kirkegaard
    Music:
    Rasmus Møldrup