A SCOTT SISTERS FILM
A GroundTruth Production in association with 3 Generations
My destiny would have been to become a killer or a victim.
World Premiere - HRW Film Festival London 12th and 13th March.
International Premiere - One World Prague 13th, 14th and 15th March.
Chatham House Screening (Chatham House members only)- London 25th April
Lost in Lebanon captures many of the different ways that Lebanese residency policy affects refugees: an estimated 70 percent of refugees in Lebanon now lack legal status which, amongst other issues, limits their ability to work, access education and health care, and move freely. Although Human Rights Watch and other organisations have engaged in sustained advocacy, the government has refused to make any meaningful changes to the residency process, guaranteeing that the situation will continue to get worse.