SRI LANKA’S GENOCIDE, MIGRANT WORKERS IN KOREA AND SUDAN DOCU
4PM: DOCU - A 25 year civil war in Sri Lanka came to a close in May 2009. The government still denies responsibility for the killing of up to 70,000 Tamil civilians. Check out the facts by watching Callum McCrae’s NO FIRE ZONE: THE KILLING FIELDS OF SRI LANKA (2013, 50 min). 6PM: DOCU - Migrant workers in South-Korea occupy a low social position “STILL, WE ARE MIGRANT WORKERS” (2018, 83 min) by Jong-Man Choi includes interviews with Cambodian working in Seoul. It is presented by the director. 8PM: DOCU – Hubert Sauper’s outstanding film WE COME AS FRIENDS (2014, 110 min) examines how colonialism, war and business contribute to the exploitation of South Sudan.