United Kingdom 2017, 69 min, Hebrew, Arabic and English, English subtitles

After 2,600 years of living peacefully in Iraq, in one generation the Jewish community vanishes. With vivid testimony, home movies and news archive, as well as footage from Iraq today, we follow the lives of four families trying to make sense of turbulent times, and one man goes back to buy a house in Iraq. It’s his dream to re-establish a Jewish presence in the land of his forefathers.
Remember Baghdad is history made personal, revealing the little-known but fascinating back story of how the disintegration began in a country that has exploded into our lives today.

Previous Festivals: United Nations Association Film Festival (World Premiere), LA Sephardic Film Festival, UK International Jewish Film Festival (UK Premiere), Jewish Film Festival Jerusalem (Israeli Premiere), Miami Jewish Film Festival (Florida Premiere)

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Director: Fiona Murphy
Production: George Carey, Andre Singer, Ed Dallal
World Sales: Matt Hird (matt@dartmouthfilms.com)


Fiona trained at the BBC before becoming a journalist. After reviewing films for Paper Magazine in New York, she freelanced in London, writing on design for The Guardian amongst others. She returned to film making and her film The Other Irish Travellers ran as a Storyville on BBC4.