Bashir attends his father’s funeral in rural Lebanon only to discover a pathogen infecting the trees across his village. A dark-comedy about tradition, grief, and the environment.
About the director:
Ramzi Bashour was born in 1988. He is a Syrian-American filmmaker who grew up in Beirut, Lebanon. He’s worked in kitchens, journalism, as a teacher, sound designer, and videographer. In 2020 he completed his MFA at the Tisch School of Arts and currently lives and works in New York.