Freedom Fields

Director: Naziha Arebi
Duration: 97 min


Filmed over five years, FREEDOM FIELDS follows three women and their football team in post-revolution Libya, as the country descends into civil war and the utopian hopes of the Arab Spring begin to fade. Through the eyes of these accidental activists, we see the reality of a country in transition, where aspirations and personal stories of love collide with history. An intimate film about hope, struggle and sacrifice in a land where dreams seem a luxury, and a love letter to sisterhood.




Club and Group screenings

Wed 12th Jun 18.00 + recorded Q&A with Naziha Arebi: director of Freedom Fields. True.Stories: - A season of films exploring true stories: from individuals challenging society’s dominant cultural and political stories, no matter the risk to their own liberty; looking in from the outside at those seeking to sow stories of fear; artists telling stories on film, canvas and landscapes; and stories of death-defying courage in acts from the pioneering to the everyday. Playing across all Picturehouse cinemas from June to September. Picturehouse Docs: Bringing you the best in new and topical documentaries covering issues around the world.



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