Waad Alkateab

Documentary filmmaker, director of “For Sama”

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Documentary filmmaker, director of “For Sama”

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Waad al-Kateab lived inside a besieged Syrian hospital, documenting the brutal reality -- mixed with joy and humanity -- of everyday life in Aleppo.

Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts on their Oscar-nominated doc ‘For Sama’

Waad al-Kateab lived inside a besieged Syrian hospital, documenting the brutal reality -- mixed with joy and humanity -- of everyday life in Aleppo.

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