In a remote Kurdish village in Iraq that had been devastated by Saddam Hussein’s regime, filmmaker Mark Cousins (“The Story of Film,” TCFF ‘12) set up an impromptu cinema to screen classics for villagers who had never experienced the magic of film. Taking his experiment one step further, he gave cameras to the children and let them film. The images that came back weren’t those of war and suffering, but rather they were filled with children’s fantasies and boundless sense of wonder. This inventive, magical documentary shows the power of cinema to inspire and is a profound testament to the imaginations and resiliency of children. In Person: Director Mark Cousins.