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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

AFTER SPRING

TFF 2016 Directed by Ellen Martinez and Steph Ching
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE AFTER SPRING [TFF 2016]
Close to 80,000 Syrian refugees live in the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan, the second-largest such camp in the world. Fifty-eight percent of its inhabitants are children. After Spring immerses us in the rhythms of the camp, the role of the aid workers, and the daily lives of two families as they contemplate an uncertain future. All aspects of refugee camp life are explored, including medical assistance, the self-sustaining economy of its urban center, and even pizza making. But it all arcs on bringing purpose and education to the children uprooted from their homes, often termed the ‘lost generation.’ Executive produced by Jon Stewart, this is a fascinating journey through the camp’s physical and human landscapes.

—Cara Cusumano
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Female Director(s), Documentary, NY Director(s), Latino Director(s), Asian American Director(s)
Close to 80,000 Syrian refugees live in the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan, the second-largest such camp in the world. Fifty-eight percent of its inhabitants are children. After Spring immerses us in the rhythms of the camp, the role of the aid workers, and the daily lives of two families as they contemplate an uncertain future. All aspects of refugee camp life are explored, including medical assistance, the self-sustaining economy of its urban center, and even pizza making. But it all arcs on bringing purpose and education to the children uprooted from their homes, often termed the ‘lost generation.’ Executive produced by Jon Stewart, this is a fascinating journey through the camp’s physical and human landscapes.

—Cara Cusumano
Film Information
Year: 2016
Length: 102 minutes
Language:
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Director: Ellen Martinez, Steph Ching
Producer: Ellen Martinez, Steph Ching
Editor: Paul Lovelace
Associate Producer: Brian S. Kang
Cinematographer: Jason Graham Howell, Frank Weiss
Executive Producer: Jon Stewart, Chris McShane
Composer: Katy Jarzebowski
Co-Producer: Jenn Durrett
Field Producer: Khalid Jabareen
Associate Field Producer: Hala Hindawi
Contacts

Press Contact
Adam Segal
The 2050 Group
Bergenfield, NJ 07621
Phone: 202 422 4673
adam@the2050group.com

About the Director(s)
Based in Brooklyn, Ellen has spent over 8 years in the Middle East and lived in Damascus, Syria for four years. Steph has worked in the editorial department of various NYC productions. Recently, she was Associate Producer and Additional Editor on the Emmy Nominated documentary, Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon. After Spring their first feature.

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