USA, Jordan, Syria/ 2015/ 75'
Directors: ZACH INGRASCI, CHRIS TEMPLE
Personal insights into the complexities of refugee life.
Across the Jordanian border from Syria lies the world’s second largest refugee camp. In an effort to understand the growing crisis, an American film team spends one month living in Za’atari. The Syrian families they meet are not just displaced, they have no promise of a future with sufficient food, security, education or peace. SALAM NEIGHBOR offers personal insights into the complexities of refugee life and challenges audiences to express neighborly love for people in crisis.