Feras Fayyad

Director

Guest

Director of “Last Men in Aleppo" and "The Cave"

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At one hospital in a rebel-held area outside Damascus, Syria, a pediatrician named Dr.

Oscar-nominated ‘The Cave’: Women-led hospital staff go underground to save patients from war

At one hospital in a rebel-held area outside Damascus, Syria, a pediatrician named Dr.

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The new documentary "The Cave" follows Syrian doctor Amani Ballour, a 30-year-old pediatrician and the country’s only female hospital manager.

In 'The Cave,' Feras Fayyad profiles a brave Syrian doctor working underground

The new documentary "The Cave" follows Syrian doctor Amani Ballour, a 30-year-old pediatrician and the country’s only female hospital manager.

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Aleppo was once Syria's largest city. But since the war, buildings have become hollowed out shells. There’s rubble everywhere, food is scarce and electricity spotty.

Following 'White Helmets' on their rescue missions in Aleppo

Aleppo was once Syria's largest city. But since the war, buildings have become hollowed out shells. There’s rubble everywhere, food is scarce and electricity spotty.

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