The event takes place in Malmö 22. September at 14.30 in Malmö and includes a screening of One day in Aleppo by Ali Alibrahim and two short documentaries made by Abdulwali Arian, Home of War: ‘Helmand’ and Kabul’s Growing Wealth Gap.
Ali Al Ibrahim
Ali Al-Ibrahim is a Syrian journalist, writer and documentary filmmaker. He has worked as a video journalist and reporter for a number of Syrian TV channels and newspapers, reporting on the conflict in the country. Al-Ibrahim, who came to Sweden through the ICORN programme a year ago, is Managing Editor of SIRAJ – the first Syrian media group for investigative journalism – and has presented workshops for Syrian journalists within the field of documentary filmmaking and investigative journalism.
One day in Aleppo received a Mention Speciale at the 2017 Visions du Réel film festival in Switzerland.
Abdulwali Arian is an award-winning young journalist. He graduated with a degree in Journalism from Kabul University in 2007, and has worked for several large Afghan media houses including Kabul-based Tolo TV – part of the MOBY group – and 1TV, where his reporting has focused on producing documentaries, investigative reports and features focusing on conflict and politics. Abdulwali Arian is the recipient of at least four awards for his journalistic work. He came to Malmö, Sweden in May this year.
He was featured in the Swedish National television recently, feat. some of his reportage work from Afghanistan See Krigskorren som blev fristadsförfattare
About Nordisk Panorama Film Festival
Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2017 will take place between 21-26 September in Malmö, Sweden. During six days the festival venues as well as the streets gets filled with screenings and narratives from all over the world, seminars and business events alongside parties for young and old.
The festival is the biggest film festival for Nordic documentary and short films, and provides a unique platform for partaking films to be noticed and distributed around the world.