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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2828

“Sri Lanka: The Search For Justice” – a new film by Callum Macrae

Callum Macrae the man behind the controversial Emmy-nominated feature documentary “No Fire Zone: – credited with playing a key role in convincing the international community to take action over the Sri Lankan massacres of 2009, in which tens of thousands of Tamil civilians died – have now launched a new short film,” Sri Lanka: The Search For Justice.”

“Sri Lanka: The Search For Justice” was released on Thursday in English and Spanish and is addressed to members of the UN Human Rights Council.

“It calls on the international community to listen to the voices of the Tamil victims who are calling for an international accountability process to ensure truth and justice,” said a press release, noting that the Northern Provincial Council has called for such a process.

Released under the campaign slogan, #LetThemBeHeard, the film is being taken on an international preview tour through five Latin American countries by No Fire Zone director Callum Macrae, who will also travel to the United States to screen the film and meet with politicians, government officials and human rights activists in New York and Washington.

The film will also be screened in the Palais de Nation, the Human Rights Council’s headquarters in Geneva. the English version of the film

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