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Inspired, moved or outraged by one of our films? Find out here how to continue the debate, screen the film or get clued up on the issues and topics it covers!

Carefully evidenced and powerfully measured, No Fire Zone is a feature-length film about the final devastating months of the 26 year long Sri Lankan civil war told by the people who lived through it.

It is a meticulous and chilling portrayal of some of the worst war crimes, and crimes against humanity, of recent times - told through the extraordinary personal stories of a small group of characters and also through some of the most dramatic and shocking video evidence ever recorded.

What the audience said

'Absolutely amazing, and informative'

'Powerful moving experience - a call to action'

'Brilliant journalism'

'An eye-opener - extremely necessary'

'Incredible. Heart-wrenching and powerfully motivating'


Click HERE for future screenings of No Fire Zone.


You can be part of the movement calling for truth, justice and peace in Sri Lanka.

Encourage your friends in the UK to watch the film on Distrify HERE. This also raises money for the campaign. You can also embed the Distrity link on your social media – and you even get 10% of the sale value. Ask other people to watch and learn about what happened is important in keeping the issue alive. Many many people don't know this happened in Sri Lanka.

In many parts of the world you can also download the iPad app here and the Android tablet app HERE.

Get involved: Work with human rights organisations, student associations, political and cultural groups to raise this issue at every level – from your school, your university, your church or religious group, your neighbourhood. Write to newspapers, tweet about it, put links on your Facebook page.

For more information about how you can get involved, visit the No Fire Zone website HERE.


Find out how you can arrange your own screening of the film HERE.