Directed by Stefano Savona
Screenplay: Stefano Savona, Léa Mysius, Penelope Bortoluzzi
Image: Stefano Savona
Editing: Luc Forveille
Sound: Jean Mallet, Margot Testemale
Music: Giulia Tagliavia
Artistic Director of Animation: Simone Massi
Layout supervisor: Alessia Travaglini, Stefano La Rosa
3D animators: Stefano La Rosa, Fabio Cavaliere, Alessandra Atzori, Alessia Travaglini, Alix Putier, Nina Gannier, Benjamin Makki
2D animators: Simone Massi, Julia Gromskaya and (alphabetical order) 
Michela Blasina, Andrea Bonetti, Luca Di Sciullo, Mara Cerri, Tiziana Cerri, Annamaria Gentili, Elisa Mossa, Anna Ferrandes, Laura Fuzzi, Magda Guidi, Ilenia Manfroni, Enrico Nanni, Andrea Oberosler, Elisei Pietro, Alessandra Romagnoli, Carola Rossi, Tamara Tantalo, Niccolò Tonelli, Alessia Travaglini, Anna Vettori
Producer: Penelope Bortoluzzi, Marco Alessi, Cécile Lestrade
Production: Picofilms, Dugong Films (Italie)
Coproduction: Alter Ego Production (France), Arte France Cinéma (France), Rai Cinema (Italie)
Year: 2018
 
 
A film by Stefano Savona with the animations of Simone Massi.
 
In the rural outskirts of Gaza City, a small community of farmers, the Samouni extended family, is about to celebrate a wedding. It’s going to be the first celebration since the lastest war. Amal, Fuad, their brothers and cousins have lost their parents, their houses and their olive trees. The neighborhood where they live is being rebuilt. As they replant trees and plow fields, they face their most difficult task: piecing together their own memory. Through these young survivors’ recollections, Samouni Road conveys a deep, multifaceted portrait of a family before, during and after the tragic event that changed its life forever.