The Red Shawl tells the true story of Palestinian Syrian Amer Shanati, a musician and music teacher who was forced from his home in Homs, Syria, and then smuggled himself through 10 countries and over 10,000km until he landed in The Netherlands, where he then rebuilt his life and career. We take this treacherous journey alongside Amer as well as experience his ascent as a refugee into a prominent voice for peace and justice in The Hague.
In addition to vast creative and production development, we have been building a broad platform of support, collaboration, and joint initiatives with some of the world's leading human rights and peace & justice communities. Some affiliations of individuals and organizations include:
The Peace Palace, The Carnegie Foundation, The Hague Project Peace & Justice, The Hague Institute for Global Justice, Musicians Without Borders, Justice and Peace NL, Hague Talks, Landesmusikakademie NRW, Vfonds, Permanent Secretariat for the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, The Royal Jordanian Film Commission, Malta Film Commission, Netherlands Film Commission, The Hague Film Commission, CNN, Amer Music for Peace, and more.
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