Syrian short narrative film (On the Roof of Damascus) by Scenarist Samer Mohammad Ismail, won the (Best Scenario) award within the official competition of the professional films at Tataouine International Festival for Love and Peace Movie in Tetouan City in Morocco.
“I will not surrender. I refuse to be victimized by war,” said Zainab, a Syrian woman who managed to protect her family and survive 7 years of pain, suffering and atrocities of terrorist organizations in Eastern Ghouta.
Painting shops and art studios in ancient Damascene-inhibited neighborhoods, alleyways and markets continue to open its door despite 7 years of the grueling war which has casted its shadow on all aspects of life, in a strong indication that art scene is alive in Syria.
The ancient temples of Qanawat village, about 7 km east of Sweida city, have been seen as unique architectural monuments that stand witness to the greatness of the ancient civilization which flourished in the region.
Visitors of the Arabic Calligraphy Museum in Damascus are invited to embark on a fascinating discovery journey into the evolution of Arabic calligraphy and learn more about the creative Damascene calligraphers throughout the ages.