300 miles separate the filmmaker and journalist Orwa Al Mokdad from his niece Nour. Both live in Syria: he in the south, and she in Aleppo. Orwa Al Mokdad's debut film is an anti-road movie that documents the impossibility of travelling through a war-torn country.
300 Miles, directed by Orwa Al Mokdad. Syria/Lebanon. 95’. DCP. Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles, ages 13+
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