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Sharjah International Children's Film Festival Depicts Heart-Wrenching Refugee Saga through the ...

- 27 Octobre 2016 modifié le 1 Janvier 1970

As millions continue to flee crisis in search of a better life, Sharjah International Children's Film Festival showcased stories of refugee children told through their own perspective. The films received a dedicated screening during the festival, which runs from October 23 to 28, and presented the views and experiences of war's youngest victims.

The 11 refugee films held under the category “Films Made By Refugee Children” were the result of stop-motion animation workshops led by children's animation trainer, Diaa Malaeb, at several refugee camps. The Lebanese native has followed the Syrian refugee crisis closely over the years, and felt the best way to help young refugees combat their plight was through creative expression. ...

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