No Fire Zone

“Shocking” —The Guardian

“Vitally Important” —Empire

“An absolute must see” —Nepali Times

“A Tour de Force” —Movies That Matter

—Time Out

“Utterly Convincing” —Toronto Globe and Mail

—Faded Glamour

“Haunting, disturbing…unforgettable” - Right Now, Australia

“Beautifully crafted and heart-wrenching” —Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting

—London Film Review

“Devastating” —Hoopla Australia

“Will break your heart” —Toronto Film Scene

“Shocks on every level” —The London Film Review

“Essential viewing” —Time Out UK

“One of the most chilling documentaries I’ve watched” — David Cameron, UK Prime Minister

“The only film that gives me faith in journalism” - M.I.A, musician and artist

“Images sufficiently graphic to give you nightmares – but sometimes it takes a nightmare to wake us up”—Now Magazine

No Fire Zone is a multi-award winning Emmy nominated feature documentary
which tells the chilling story of the final 138 days of Sri Lanka’s bloody civil war.
A devastating indictment of some of the worst war crimes
and government sponsored massacres of recent times.

The story is told by the people who lived through the war
and through some
 of the most dramatic and disturbing video evidence ever seen:
direct evidence of war crimes, summary execution, torture and sexual violence recorded by
both the victims and perpetrators on mobile phones and small cameras.
Originally released in 2013 No Fire Zone was updated in 2015


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