+ Q&A with director Sarah Beddington and special guest (TBA)
This striking documentary follows a Palestinian refugee in Lebanon and her ambition to reconnect with her ancestral homeland.
UK 2021. 82min
English and Arabic with English subtitles
Screening in the run-up to Refugee Week, Sarah Beddington’s film is a compelling documentary account of the director’s friendship with Fadia, a charismatic Palestinian woman and teacher who lives in a refugee camp in Lebanon but is determined to reconnect with her ancestral homeland. This striking, deeply poetic and profound film makes connections to bird migration and the healing power of a particular tree against the backdrop of history, and a cruel fate that separates a people from their homeland.