We are pleased to invite you on November 27 to the Greece premiere screening of “Mosul”, a documentary by award-winning filmmaker Olivier Sarbil about the brutal battle over control of the Iraqi city.
The event, to be held at 7.30 pm at the Bios Romantso cultural centre on Anaxagoras St, will be the first screening in Athens of the full-version of the documentary. A short version of “Mosul” has already won the Rory Peck Prize and the Prix Bayeux.
Attendance to the event is free of charge. However, due to limited space, members interested to watch the film are kindly asked to register at the link provided below.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Olivier Sarbil as well as with producer and co-director James Jones. Drinks, nibbles and networking opportunities with fellow journalist members of the Frontline Freelance Register, who have recently arrived in Athens from the Middle East and Africa, will follow.
The Foreign Press Association is proud to be a partner in the event, which is organised by the Frontline Freelance Register with the Frontline Club in London. The Frontline Freelance Register is a members association and a representative body for freelance journalists whose news gathering involves risk.
For details and registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mosul-screening-and-qa-with-filmmakers-olivier-sarbil-and-james-jones-tickets-39248865413