Samer Salameh was born in Syria and grew up in Yarmouk camp, Damascus. Since a young age, Samer has been active in the field of dramatic and visual arts. After participating in several theatre plays and short films in Damascus, Samer started filming the world around him. In 2008 and 2009, Samer produced his first two independent films narrating the story of Palestinian refugees who had fled Iraq. These films toured several international festivals. After being displaced from Syria in the war of the uprising, Samer has continued directing and editing films, focusing particularly on the events that took place in his native Yarmouk. He recently finished editing ‘Fourth Flour After the Nakba’, based on footage from Syrian Palestinian activist Hassan Hassan and documenting the recent events in Yarmouk camp from the perspective of Hassan and the story of his familial building.
Producer: Samer Salameh
Cinematographer: Axel Salvatori-Sinz, Thaer Alshali, Abed Alnaji, Abdallah Khatib, Hassan Hassan and Samer Salameh
Sound editor / designer: Osloob