How has the moderate and democratic Syrian revolution been taken over by Jihadists? Paul Moreira meets with a group of fighters from the Free Syrian Army, whom he previously filmed in 2011, to answer this question. This group of friends come from a region close to Edlib, and were rallied together by Jamal Maarouf, also featured in the documentary. They have all left the country. Now, they speak out on how extremists have hijacked their revolution, little by little.
A harrowing and important film by acclaimed director, Manon Loizeau, on the use of rape as a weapon of war in Syria with personal testimonies from women abused in captivity.More info
Tens of thousands of men, women and children have disappeared into secret detention centres in Syria since the protests began in 2011. Survivors allege crimes against humanity. They’re fighting to free those still detained and to prosecute the perpetuators at the very top of the regime.More info
In Syria, for five years, ordinary men have been gathering evidence of all of the war crimes committed, whoever the perpetrators. These anonymous and unsung heroes take all the risks in the hope that one day those responsible will be held accountable in court.More info