Field of Vision and The New Yorker Present “The Journey,” a Six-Part Episodic Documentary Shining a Light on the Refugee Crisis as Told from Inside.
Co-creators Laura Poitras, AJ Schnack and Charlotte Cook are proud to launch the next film in Field of Vision, “The Journey,” a six-part series directed by Matthew Cassel. The multi-part documentary follows the treacherous, seventeen-hundred-mile migration of a Syrian refugee who fled the perils of wartime Damascus to build a better life for his family. It will be published on The New Yorker Web site, as part of a collaboration with Field of Vision. The total runtime for the film is 70 min. (Source Businesswire)
The first three episodes in Matthew Cassel’s six-part documentary below:
- THE JOURNEY FROM SYRIA, PART ONE – “NO CHOICE” (9:32)
- THE JOURNEY FROM SYRIA, PART TWO – “BY AIR OR BY LAND?” (11:72)
- THE JOURNEY FROM SYRIA, PART THREE – “THE BALKANS TREK” (12:09)
Keep an eye out on Ben Taub’s New Yorker page for the other 3 final parts that will be released soon, here.
This week, The New Yorker, in collaboration with Field of Vision, is featuring “The Journey,” which documents Shalhoub’s travels in six episodes.
Brave and Intimate Film to Be Available on NewYorker.com Exclusively for 90 Days
Photo credit: Field of Vision