Our films showcase our work with Syrian refugees, give an insight into their life experiences, and memorialize the compelling drama they perform.
By watching or screening our films, you support our ongoing work and drama projects.
QUEENS OF SYRIA (FILM)
"Strength, resilience and humanity. "
- Bertha DocHouse
"For this non-professional cast, the ancient text offers opportunities to express feelings of loss in the form of group therapy, adding an additional layer of poignancy to an already deeply charged play."
"The Trojan Woman boldly brings into parallel space the uprooting and bereavement suffered by the fictional queens of Ancient Greece with the more modern suffering of refugee women displaced from Syria because of the war."
- lablearning editions
"The Trojan Women's themes of loss, grief and displacement are embodied by the women who are living those experiences, today. Never has Greek tragedy been so personal."
- Dr Lilah Grace Canevero, University of Edinburgh
"“After watching The World To Hear, most of us were truly floored into silence by its raw reflections on the best and worst of humanity. We were privileged to have a Q&A with Reem, and learned so much from her wit and compassion.”
- Ella Kiley, Head of Research, Refugee Action
St Andrews University
THE WORLD TO HEAR (FILM)
- The List