One of our filmmakers in Calais – Saleh – shares his thoughts on the bombing of Syria. Saleh fled Daesh after they took over his town, Deir ez-Zor. He has been in Calais for over 4 months now and is finding life tough. He made this video and sent it to us.

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This is a video diary describing what Saleh did on the day of Eid, which is a Muslim celebration similar to Christmas. Within the camp, the mood was sombre, and Saleh describes it as the ‘worst feasts “Eid” in my life’. He was unable to communicate with the rest of his family in Syria, or […]

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This film was made by Saleh who is originally from Raqqa in Syria and 19 years-old. This film follows a man as he makes a cup of tea. Saleh conveys how time-consuming and difficult such a simple process is in The Jungle.

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This film captures the turmoil in the camp when a group of refugees tried to board lorries crossing the channel to Britain. Police responded by firing tear gas and one man was hurt.

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Saleh was one of 250-300 syrian refugees living in the refugee camp in Calais at any given time in September 2015. In this film, Saleh takes the viewer on a tour of his tent, and home, within the camp.

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