Masterclass Callum Macrae
Callum Macrae has been making documentaries for 20 years in the UK, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Japan, Haiti, and several African countries, covering conflicts in the Ivory Coast, Uganda, Mali and Sudan. His awards include the Scottish BAFTA "Special Achievement" award. In 2013, Macrae released No Fire Zone : the Killings Fields of Sri Lanka, a hard-hitting documentary exposing the massacre of civilians by the Sri Lankan government in 2009. Together with an impact campaign, the film successfully shifted the international agenda. Concretely, ten years after its release, Macrae reveals how certain films have the power to bring about lasting change in our society.
Tuesday 8 March
Espace Pitoëff - Théâtre
sold out - in case of cancellation, tickets will be put back on sale before the screening
Part of the Impact Days Screening of No Fire Zone : the Killings Fields of Sri Lanka on March 6th at 20 : 30 at Cinema Fonction.
Callum Macrae Film director No Fire Zone: the Killing Fields of Sri Lanka
Isabelle Gattiker General and artistic director of the FIFDH