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A Syrian rapper, tortured by Bashar Al-Assad for his lyrics, uses his music to survive one of our century's deadliest wars. Together with other creative personalities of the Syrian uprising, a Post-Rock musician, a breakdancer, and visual artists, they tell us their story of revolution and exile in a new documentary reflecting on a global battle for peace, justice and freedom of expression.


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We strive to empower immigrants and refugees to become full and equal members of Canadian society and to provide community leadership to ensure cultural integration in a welcoming community.

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New Day Films is a unique, filmmaker-run distribution company, providing award-winning films to educators, community groups, government agencies, public libraries and businesses since 1971. Democratically run by more than 150 filmmaker members, New Day delivers hundreds of titles that illuminate, challenge and inspire.

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Founded in 1994, Public Energy Performing Arts is Peterborough's leading performing arts presenter/producer. Our mission is to act as a cultural catalyst in the community, bringing risk-taking artists and diverse audiences together around innovative works of dance, theatre and interdisciplinary performance. We present a season of theatre, dance, and interdisciplinary performance, while building community through outreach programming and developing audiences that are knowledgeable and passionate. Through our programs, which include presentations, residencies, commissions, mentorships, and professional workshops and classes, we provide artists with a safe and supportive environment to create and perform new work and interact with a broad public.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    83 minutes
  • Language
    Arabic, English
  • Country
    USA, Germany, Denmark
  • Director
    David Henry Gerson
  • Producer
    Odessa Rae
  • Executive Producer
    Katherine Embiricos LeFrak
  • Co-Producer
    Abdalaziz Alhamza
  • Cast
    Abu Hajar, Bahila Hijazi, Anas Maghrebi
  • Editor
    Christopher Robin Bell, David Henry Gerson