The Stichting Vluchteling foundation hosted a screening of Lost in Lebanon at the Humanity House in The Hague to a full house audience. A big thank you to Tineke Ceelen for also joining the inspiring panel discussion after the film screening.
GroundTruth spent 3 weeks in Antartica following the work of inspirational British explorer Robert Swan and documenting his environmental efforts in helping preserve our natural world with his foundation "2041".
The long awaited screening of Lost in Lebanon took place in Beirut, for the first time, in partnership with Human Rights Watch. It was very special to share this moment with Reem, Nemr and Sheikh Abdo from the film and to engage in a passionate post screening Q&A session with Lama Fakih, Fadi Halliso and Sheikh Abdo.
The Canadian embassy and EU mission in New York hosted a screening of Lost in Lebanon followed by a riveting post-screening discussion.
Lost in Lebanon had the privilege of opening the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in Amsterdam followed by a panel discussion with Nadim Houry, Human Rights Watch's director of its terrorism and counterterrorism program.
Keep up to date with all our exciting upcoming screenings:
5th December, Geneva, Switzerland IOM Global Migration Film Festival
6th December, Vienna, Austria 'This Human World' - International Human Rights Film Festival
8th December, Ankara, Turkey - 7th Edition of 'Eu Human Rights Film Days'
9th December, Istanbul, Turkey - 7th Edition of 'EU Human Rights Film Days'
12th December, San Salvador, El Salvador - IOM Global Migration Film Festival
16th December, India - IOM Global Migration Film Festival
16th December, Brussels, Belgium - Let's Art Festival
18th December, Paris, France - IOM Migration Film Festival
18th December, Talinn, Estonia - IOM Global Migration Film Festival
20th December, Tegucigalpa, Honduras - IOM Global Migration Film Festival
2nd February, Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Human Rights Watch Film Festival
Speaking on France 24 in Paris about Lost in Lebanon for their Middle East Matters programme.
You can watch our interview below:
More information coming very soon.
The short film captures the vital work that the Romeo Dallaire initiative does in eradicating the use and recruitment of child soldiers.
A powerful and moving screening of Lost in Lebanon Film at IFC Center, followed by a discussion with Directors Georgia and Sophia Scott and Firas Kayal, Senior Policy Advisor, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
"Refugees are not terrorists. They're actually people fleeing from terrorists."
Firas Kayal, UNHCR
Official selection Human Rights Watch film festival New York 2017, Screened at the Lincoln Center and the IFC
Lincoln center sold out screening with producer Jane Wells.