war crimes

Wednesday, 11th March, 7:00PM

Keenie Meenie: The British Mercenaries Who Got Away with War Crimes

Keenie Meenie Services – the most powerful mercenary company you’ve never heard of – was involved in war crimes around the world from Sri Lanka to Nicaragua for which its shadowy directors have never been held accountable. Discussion with the books author, Phil Miller and chaired by, broadcast journalist, Nalini Sivathasan.

Tuesday 26th November 2019, 7PM

The Silence of Others + Q&A

Filmed over six years, The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, as they organize a groundbreaking international lawsuit and fight a “pact of forgetting” around the crimes they suffered. A cautionary tale about fascism and the dangers of forgetting the past.

Monday 14th October, 7:00PM

The Investigator: Demons of the Balkan War

Former detective Vladimir Dzuro was tasked with tracking down and arresting the mEn responsible for one of the Balkan War’s most shocking war crimes at the end of the twentieth century.

Friday 22 January 2016, 7:00 PM

Screening: Guantanamo’s Child + Q&A

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Michelle Shepard and others.

Omar Khadr, a Canadian citizen who was captured by American forces in Afghanistan in 2002 and spent a decade imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay, tells his own story in this documentary portrait from directors Patrick Reed and Michelle Shepard.

July 15, 2014

Seeds of Hope: Sanctuary and recovery in the DRC

By Ratha Lehall On Monday 14 July, the Frontline Club hosted a screening of Seeds of Hope, a documentary which focuses on the effect of rape in Eastern Congo, where it has become a widely used weapon of war. The film centres around one woman, Masika, who is herself a victim of rape, and her determination to provide a […]

Monday 14 July 2014, 7:00 PM

Screening: Seeds of Hope + Q&A

Seeds of Hope follows multiple-rape victim Masika Katsuva, who has rescued some 6,000 women and children in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo by offering them shelter in her centre. Filmmaker Fiona Lloyd-Davies follows Katsuva and the centre’s inhabitants, as they reshape their lives to build a new future. The film also speaks with the perpetrators, among them soldiers from the Congolese army, who give extraordinarily open testimony as to why they rape and their attitudes toward their horrific acts. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Fiona Lloyd-Davies.

April 24, 2013

A live issue: Tamil oppression in Sri Lanka

by Sally Ashley-Cound On 23rd April 2013, The Frontline Club held the first UK preview screening of award winning television director Callum Macrae’s new documentary, No Fire Zone – The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka. No Fire Zone uses forensically verified footage from civilian mobile phones and government forces cameras to chronicle the last 138 […]

Friday 8 February 2013, 7:00 PM

Screening: Justice for Sale + Q&A

Justice for Sale raises questions about the role of the international community and non-governmental organisations within the Congolese judicial system. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Femke van Velzen moderated by Sandra Whipham from BRITDOC.

October 5, 2010 7:00 PM

Ten years since Milosevic: His wars and legacy

When the Yugoslavian president Slobodan Milosevic was ousted from power it brought to an end a 13-year rule that had seen the country torn apart by bloody conflict, with thousands of people killed. Ten years after the October 5th revolution we will be bringing together journalists, fillmmakers and experts who were there to discuss these remarkable events and their impact.