United States 2017, 7 min, English, No Subtitles
360VR project. In 2014, ISIS fighters invaded Iraq and targeted the Yazidi community of Sinjar. The men were
killed, and the women and girls taken as sex slaves. Some of the women who escaped started a
female-only fighting unit called the Sun Ladies to bring back their sisters and protect the honor and dignity of their people.
Previous Festivals:Sundance, SXSW, Hot Docs, Cleveland Film Festival, Beijing Independent Film Festival
360VR CINEMAMon 21.05 12:00Free entrance. Advance registration requiredFree Entrance
VR360 CinemaTue 22.05 12:00Free entrance. Advance registration requiredFree Entrance
Production: Maria Bello, Celine Tricart
Editing: Mark Simpson
Cinematography: Celine Tricart
Music: Ed Harcourt
Celine Tricart is a director with a strong visual sense whose work was showcased in numerous Academy Awards qualifying festivals including the Sundance Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival, the Clermont Ferrand Film Festival and the Chicago Film Festival. Celine was the recipient of a Creative Award by the Advanced Imaging Society amongst many other accolades.
Christian Stephen is a journalist, filmmaker and writer from London, England. Over the past 5 years he has specialized in multimedia coverage of hostile environments and conflict zones, focusing on humanitarian stories.