After travelling around the world and collecting people’s life stories as an anthropologist and filmmaker, Dr Aliaa Remtilla realised that everyone has a story to tell and everyone wants these stories to be captured. However, most people don’t know how to go about doing it. With a strong belief that every person’s story matters, Dr… Read more »
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