Movie on Sri Lankan journalists in exile

- srilankamirror.com

Srilankamirror - A movie produced by an award winning Norwegian film maker on Sri Lankan journalists living in exile is to be pre-premiered in Oslo, Norway on February 9th.

The film titled ‘Silenced Voices – Tales of Sri Lankan Journalists in Exile,’ is a new documentary by Norwegian filmmaker Beate Arnestad, who directed and produced the award winning documentary ‘My Daughter the Terrorist’ in 2007.

The film is about journalists, who have contributed to international exposure of the internationally abetted genocidal war without witnesses.

 

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