- Running time90 minutes
Documentary films directed and produced by young people in Yemen and Liverpool with panel discussion.
Since March 2015, Yemen has been undergoing an internal and external conflict that has destroyed the country's infrastructure and led to a humanitarian disaster. Thousands of Yemeni men, women and children have been killed or injured, and millions have been displaced and traumatised.
British Council commissioned a project enabling young people in Yemen to create short films capturing their experience of living in a conflict zone. In response, Yemeni Young People from Liverpool Arabic Centrehave worked with Optical Jukebox to produce a documentary, commissioned by Saferworld, capturing how the conflict affects on Liverpool Yemeni People.
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