Ramzi Bashour (1988) is a Syrian-American filmmaker who grew up in Beirut, Lebanon. He’s worked in kitchens, in journalism, as a teacher, sound designer, and videographer. He completed his MFA at the Tisch School of Arts and currently resides in New York.
Bashir attends his father’s funeral in rural Lebanon only to discover a pathogen infecting the trees across his village. A dark-comedy about tradition, grief, and the environment.
Type of Project
Narrative, Dark Comedy
New York University
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