Feras Fayyad

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Feras Fayyad
OccupationDirector, screenwriter, editor, actor, producer
Years active2010–present

Feras Fayyad is a Syrian film director, producer, writer, editor and cinematographer, best known for his 2017 documentary Last Men in Aleppo, that earned him critical acclaim and numerous awards and nominations including Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, making him the first Syrian director to be nominated for an Oscar and he also won an Emmy award for best current affairs documentary.

Fayyad and his team, were not be able to attend the 90th Academy Awards ceremony, as his visa was rejected in response to President Trump's Executive Order 13780.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

Director
  • 2013: Wide Shot-Close Shot (TV Movie documentary)
  • 2013: Windows' (TV Movie documentary)
  • 2016: Between the Fighter in Syria (TV Series documentary)
  • 2017: Last Men in Aleppo (Documentary) (directed by)
  • 2018: The Good Enemy (Documentary)
  • 2019: The Cave
Writer
  • 2013: Wide Shot-Close Shot (TV Movie documentary)
  • 2013: Windows' (TV Movie documentary)
  • 2016: Between the Fighter in Syria (TV Series documentary)
  • 2017: Last Men in Aleppo (Documentary) (directed by)
  • 2018: The Good Enemy (Documentary)
  • 2019: The Cave
Producer
  • 2017: One Day in Aleppo (Short, producer)
Editor
  • 2013: Train of Silence (Short)
  • 2013: Untold Stories (Documentary)
  • 2017: One Day in Aleppo (Short)
Other
  • 2013: Train of Silence (Short, Actor)
  • 2013: Untold Stories (Documentary, art director)
  • 2013: Train of Silence (Short, composer)

Awards and nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'Last Men in Aleppo' nominees prevented from attending Oscars". EW.com. Retrieved 16 February 2018.
  2. ^ "'Last Men in Aleppo' Team Prevented From Attending Oscars". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 16 February 2018.

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