25 Syrian artists honor the artist, Laila Nasir

The Fine Artists Union hosted a collective exhibition at People's Hall in Damascus to honor the artist, Laila Nasir, in the appreciation of her artistic career through her long and rich journey in painting.
 
The participating artists displayed 25 paintings in addition to presenting 8 paintings by Laila Nasir.  The artists expressed their respect to her for what she presented to the Syrian plastic art.

A heritage exhibition for traditional household items in Al-Hasaka

Within the framework of preserving the Syrian deep-rooted heritage , the Arab Cultural Center in the city of Al-Hasaka  hosted a heritage exhibition under the title “ Dallah and Najer” ( coffee pot and old  household items  used for making coffee).

The exhibition  included a variety of heritage items owned by  a number of  archaeologists , residents    and  “Safsaf Al-Khabour” Association, which organized the exhibition.

The exhibition, which was attracted    visitors , displayed  a group of copper dallahs  of different sizes and shapes,  other  tools used in the manufacture of Arabic coffee,  household items that were used in the Syrian island during the past hundred years, in addition to  cotton and woolen textiles, carpets, traditional clothes  as well as  musical instruments.

The Russian choir of the Sretensky Monastery sings hymns and folk songs at the Church of the Holy Cross in Damascus

The Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Cross in Bab Touma, in Damascus hosted the Russian Sretensky Monastery choir, which presented religious hymns and Russian folk songs.

The audience who gathered in the church hall included a number of Syrian choir groups affiliated with more than six Syrian churches, as well as clergymen who listened through the choir of the Sretensky Monastery to the Russian experience in religious singing and collective chanting.

(Photograph) is One of five Syrian films in the Alexandria Film Festival

The Syrian Narrative Film (Photograph) will   participate in the official short films competition of the Alexandria Film Festival for Mediterranean Countries in its 37th session from September 25 till October 1stin Alexandria, Egypt.

The Syrian Film (Photograph) was directed by the Syrian filmmaker Al-Muhannad Kalthoum and produced by the General Film Organization.

The festival's director, Al-Amir Abaza, said that the current session celebrates Syrian cinema, where 5 Syrian films will participate in its various competitions with their world premiere.

Best Film Award for Syrian director Hossam Hammoud at Stockholm Film Festival

 The film (Sons of the Impossible) won the Best Film Award for Syrian director Hossam Hammoud at the International Hope Film Festival in Stockholm - Sweden, which concluded its activities on September 12, 2021. The short films jury, consisting of German actress "Marina Anna Eich", Belgian producer "Marc Besson" and Swedish producer, "CinciaPoulsen".The festival awards came as follows:

The award for the best film (Sons of the Impossible), written and directed by HossamHammoud, and the Jury Prize for the Mauritanian film “Kafia” by director Khalifa Say, in addition to a special mention for the hero of the Algerian film “Will Return” the child Nazim Benedja.