Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution

Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution is a short, shocking film shot by activist Matthew VanDyke in war-torn Syria. After studying political science, security and Arabic, VanDyke joined the armed struggle in Libya during the revolution. When civil war broke out in Syria three years ago, he knew that he could do more with a camera than with a gun. Once in the country, he met Nour, a 24-year-old journalist and photographer who had been an English teacher before the war, and Mowaya, fighter in the Free Syrian Army who had been tortured by the Assad regime. VanDyke gave them a voice. The result is a moving documentary about young people risking their lives every day in the fight against a dictatorship with which there is no longer any possibility of reconciliation. VanDyke sent their testimony to every member of the U.S. Congress, and he also plans to make the film available online in 20 different language versions. (fg)
Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution / Nigdy więcej – historia rewolucji  
14 ' , 2013 USA director: Matthew VanDyke / cinematography: Matthew VanDyke / editing: Ivan Kander / production: Matthew VanDyke /

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CSW Sala Edukacyjna 2013-12-08 18:00
Antropos Cinema 2013-12-12 17:00
Matthew VanDyke

2013 Vancouver IFF

2013 Melbourne FF

2013 Los Angeles Reel IFF - Documentary Short Award

2013 East End FF

2013 AFI Docs