About the Film
In a war-torn Syria, Sana searches for a place to buy a cooking gas cylinder. Fearing arrest, her taxi driver abandons her in a small town. There, Sana discovers that it is normal for people to lose their shadows as they lose something of themselves once they experience the war.
22 Sep, 18:30, TUB Audi Max
26 Sep, 15:45, Sea Cinema 1
Soudade Kaadan studied theatre criticism at the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in Syria, and graduated from Institut d’études scéniques, audiovisuelles et cinématographiques (IESAV), at Saint Joseph University, Lebanon. She has received international awards for her documentaries, including the Martine Filippi Award - URTI Grand Prix for Author’s Documentaries, Monte-Carlo Television Festival, and the Muhr Arab Documentary Award in DIFF. Her latest documentary ‘Obscure’ premiered at the 2017 CPH:DOX Festival. Soudade will release her first feature fiction film, ‘The Day I Lost My Shadow’ at Venice International Film Festival 2018.