Thirteen new dramas are now being geared up and shot at the Syrian TV studios, including the first TV series on civilizational clash with Zionism, entitled Radm al Asatir (Burying Myths).
Radm al Asatir directed by Haitham Haqqi and scripted by Abdel Rahman al Dahhaq, tackles events that took place between 1982 and 1984 including the Israeli invasion of Lebanon and the siege of Beirut. It also highlights Israeli attempts to distort the outcome of archeological findings in Syria to corroborate the Zionist allegations.
Costarring in the series a number of Syrian and Lebanese stars, including: Khaled Taja, Hatem Ali, Abdel Hadi al Sabbagh, Hana Mansour and Sulaf Fawakherji, from Syria, and Antwan Kurbaj, Nidal Ashqar, Ward al Khal and Mai Sayegh from Lebanon.
Also, the director Hatem Ali began shooting the second part of the series al Fusool al Arbaah (Four Seasons) scripted by Reem Hanna and Dalaa al Rajabi.
The series tackles in separate episodes different social issues. A large number of TV stars including Jamal Suleiman, Khaled Taja, Bassam Kousa, Salma al Masri, Hala Shawkat, Salim Sabri, Maha al Masri, Yara Sabri and Laila Jaber costars in the series.
Director Fahed al Miri began shooting his new series Qabl al Ghuroob (Before Sunset) scripted by Hasan Sami al Yousef. The series depicts various social classes with their search for individual and public interests and the legitimacy of dreaming. The series starring Asa’d Faddah, Amal Arafeh, Rafiq Sebaiei and Salma al Masri criticizes opportunism and favoritism.
Moreover, shooting of the series al Safinah (Ship) has begun at the Syrian coastal city of Latakia. The series directed by Emad Saifiddin belongs to the contemporary comedy social genre and tells about an unmarried girl who disguised herself as a man in order to work as bar attendant in a coffee shop to prove herself in life. Costarring in the series are Salim Kallas and Najah Hafith -- Albawaba.com