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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORT DOCUMENTARY

A SONG FOR DANIEL

TFF 2005 Directed by Jason DaSilva
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE A SONG FOR DANIEL [TFF 2005]
A Song For Daniel compares a routine day of two 9-year-old Iraqi boys: one living in Baghdad and the other, born and raised in New York City. A profound examination of culture and place seen through the eyes of two boys on opposite sides of the world.
A Song For Daniel compares a routine day of two 9-year-old Iraqi boys: one living in Baghdad and the other, born and raised in New York City. A profound examination of culture and place seen through the eyes of two boys on opposite sides of the world.
Film Information
Year: 2004
Length: 9 minutes
Language: English, Arabic
Country: USA
Premiere: World
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About the Director(s)
Jason DaSilva's first collaborative feature film was Cuba Dreams, shot in Havana in 1999 and screened at the Latin America Film Festival in Cuba later that year. His next film, Olivia's Puzzle, screened at more than 30 festivals including Sundance. His most recent feature film, Lest We Forget, premiered at the International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam in 2004. Currently, DaSilva is residing in New York City and has received the Project:Involve Filmmaker Fellowship award from IFP/New York this year.

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