Aziz Zoromba
Documentary : 18' / Family, Gay, Migrations

After being taken away from his family for his homosexuality, we observe a young Arab man over four seasons and from afar, as he navigates in his solitude while trying to reconnect with his mother.

Photo: Max Machado


September 21 | 18h30 | Cinema São Jorge - Sala 3
Short Film Competition

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Year: 2020

Country: Canada

Language: French, English, Arabic

Subtitles: English

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Aziz Zoromba


Aziz Zoromba is a Canadian filmmaker and producer of Egyptian origin. His work has been screened in film festivals such as Sundance and TIFF, and mainly explores the themes of cultural identity, family life, coming of age and the repercussions of being a first generation French Canadian.


2020 - Lointain (Short Documentary)
2018 - Amal (Short Film)
2017 - Leila (Short Film)
2014 - After Freedom (Short Film)

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