Saving Syria’s Children
Inside Syria with a team of British doctors – an exclusive insight into the devastating impact of the civil war on children caught up in the conflict
Award-winning filmmakers Darren Conway and Ian Pannell travel with British doctors inside Syria to exclusively reveal the devastating impact of the war on children caught in the conflict. The doctors witness the aftermath of the bombing of a school by a suspected napalm-like incendiary device and medical facilities constantly under attack – both war crimes under international law.
Filmed in the north of the country after the chemical weapons attack in Damascus which inflamed world opinion and brought America, Russia and the UN to the table, the film shows how the conventional war is intensifying with children bearing the brunt of this humanitarian catastrophe.
This film was produced by October Films for BBC Panorama. a&o buero produced the German version.
BBC, NDR, SWR 11.11.2013 30 Min.
Director: Jakob Kneser
Schnitt: Karl-Heinz Satzger
Editor: Barbara Biemann (NDR), Peter Puhlmann (SWR)
Narrator: Bernt Hahn, Daniela Bette-Koch, Semira Abdollah-Zadeh