Join us for a one-off screening of Naziha Arebi’s new film
The members of a women’s football team in post-revolutionary Libya all share a common dream: to play for their country. As the nation descends into civil war, the women have to overcome immense social, cultural and logistical obstacles to get onto the pitch.
Libya’s political chaos makes its territory a land of opportunity for human smugglers. Thousands of illegal migrants end up forgotten, in one of the 19 detention centres.
Haja Fatma, a mother of eight children, tells the tale of family life in Tripoli during the Libyan Revolution.