Nowhere to Hide

War & Peace 2.0, Opening Film
Zaradasht Ahmed
Norway, Sweden, Iraq
2016
85min
Arabic

The film follows nurse Nori Sharif through five years of dramatic change in Iraq. Seen through his eyes, the film offers a unique, immersive account of one of the world’s most dangerous and inaccessible areas — the “triangle of death” in central Iraq. The film moves from stories of hopeful survivors to Nori himself, as continuing conflicts force the remaining population (including most of the hospital staff) to flee. Nori remains until ISIS advances and takes over Jalawla in 2014, and only then turns the camera on himself as he and his family quickly seek safety.

Projections: 
11.14. Tuesday 19:45
Trafó
English & Hungarian Subtitles
11.16. Thursday 20:15
Toldi
English & Hungarian Subtitles
11.19. Sunday 19:30
Művész
English & Hungarian Subtitles
Producer: 
Mette Cheng Munthe-Kaas
Co-producer: 
Hans Husum
Stina Gardell
Editor: 
Eva Hillström
Camera: 
Nori Sharif
Zaradasht Ahmed
Sound: 
Rune Hansen
Music: 
Ciwan Haco
Gaute Barlindhaug
Production info: 
Ten Thousand Images, Mette Cheng Munthe-Kaas +47 934 202 80 mette@tenthousandimages.no www.tenthousandimages.no/portfolio-item/nowhere_to_hide/ løeshagaveien 49 v/ Nesoddparken 1450 Nesoddtangen Norway
Distribution info: 
Ten Thousand Images, Mette Cheng Munthe-Kaas
Awards: 
Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival - Best Feature-Length Documentary (2016)
Munich International Documentary Festival (DOK.fest) - DOK.international (2017)
Tromsø International Film Festival - Norwegian Peace Film Award (2017)