A film of whirling, disappearing words and images, two voices in translation, migration and mourning, Snow asks a simple and enduring question: What does it mean to give and take?

Marie Silkeberg is a poet, translator and non-fiction writer. She lives in Sweden, has published seven collections of poetry, Material (2010) and Till Damaskus (2014) being the most recent.

Ghayath Almadhoun is a Palestinian poet, born in Syria, now living in Sweden. He has published four collections of poetry and been translated into Dutch, German, English, Swedish, Slovenian, French, and several other languages.

Together they have written the poetry collection: Till Damaskus, and made five poetry films: Ödeläggelse, The City, Your Memory is My Freedom, The Celebration, and Snow.