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She is one of many Syrian artists who have decided to draw inspiration from their country’s bloody six-year conflict. Onlookers arriving at the set near Arnus Square in central Damascus found a burning car and people lying on the ground. The windows are kept open to prevent the glass shattering if a shell falls nearby. Yaafur has become a popular place to shoot historical dramas, particularly after another set location on the road to Damascus airport became unusable because of fighting. Once-popular filming locations are now too dangerous to use, and some actors are abroad and unable to return “for economic, security or political reasons”, Sharbatgi said. A house in Al-Qasaa has become the headquarters for Hussein’s crew, with one room turned into a changing room for actors and another used to film scenes. Syrian artist Rashid Assaf is seen on the filming set of television series ‘Tawq al-Banat’ in the village of Yaafur, some 20km west of Damascus on May 14, Director Samir Hussein decided to film his series Fouda or Chaos in the Al-Qasaa area near Damascus’s Jobar district, which remains divided between rebel and government control and is a key front line in the capital.

She is one of many Syrian artists who have decided to draw inspiration from their country’s bloody six-year conflict. The windows are kept open to prevent the glass shattering if a shell falls nearby. One swore in anger when he discovered the blast that had startled him was a scene being shot for Sharbatgi’s latest series Shoq , named for its main character. The sound of the blast in Syria’s capital Damascus brought worried residents running, but rather than carnage they found a crew filming one of the country’s famed television drama series. Syrian artist Rashid Assaf is seen on the filming set of television series ‘Tawq al-Banat’ in the village of Yaafur, some 20km west of Damascus on May 14, The decline in the value of the Syrian pound and general economic malaise has also affected production values. Moments before, director Rasha Sharbatgi had been wielding her loudhailer, calling for silence before counting down to the controlled explosion.

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The fourth season of the Tawq al-Banat or Girls’ Necklaces series was filmed in the village of Yaafur some 20km west of Damascus. Onlookers arriving at the set near Arnus Square in central Damascus found a burning car and people lying on the ground.

A house in Al-Qasaa has become the headquarters for Hussein’s crew, with one room turned into a changing room for actors and another used to film scenes. The sound of the blast in Syria’s capital Damascus brought worried residents running, but rather than carnage they found a crew filming one of the country’s famed television drama series.

Moments before, director Rasha Sharbatgi had been wielding her loudhailer, calling for silence before counting down to the controlled explosion.

The town was badly damaged over years of conflict before being captured by the army in Augustand fighting seasoj ongoing when Ahmed was filming in the summer of This season is set in the s and s and takes advantage of the village’s small alleyways, which resemble those of Damascus in decades past.

The windows are kept seasson to prevent the glass shattering if a shell falls nearby. Her series is among the offerings on television during this year’s fasting season of Ramadan, a peak viewing period for many in the region who settle down to watch after eating their sunset meal.

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One swore in anger when he discovered the blast that had startled him was a scene being shot for Sharbatgi’s latest series Shoqnamed for its main character. It does not shy away from depicting the conflict, featuring scenes of fighting, death and destruction. Once-popular filming locations are now too dangerous to seasln, and some actors are abroad and unable to return “for economic, security or political reasons”, Sharbatgi said.

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Syria, along with Egypt, is known as a hub for television and film production in the Middle East, and the country’s war is having a major impact on its output. Assaf was happy to be part of a series that gives people a chance to forget the conflict. She is one of many Syrian artists who have decided to draw inspiration from their country’s bloody six-year conflict.

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Yaafur has become a popular place to shoot historical dramas, particularly after another set location on the road to Damascus airport became unusable because of fighting. Director Samir Hussein decided to film his series Fouda or Chaos in the Al-Qasaa area near Damascus’s Jobar district, which remains divided between rebel and government control and is a key front line in the capital. The decline in the value of the Syrian pound and general economic malaise has also affected production values.

Syrian artist Rashid Assaf is seen on the filming set of television series ‘Tawq al-Banat’ in the village of Yaafur, some 20km west of Damascus on May 14, The series looks at the chaos that has afflicted Syrian society during the war, and the “love and other human stories that have faced challenges because of the conflict”, Hussein said.