Screening of the Documentary “The Symphony of Death

On November 10, 2017, the second day of the Hammamet Conference 2017 wittnessed the first public showing of the documentary film “The Symphony of Death: A Tale of a City Besieged by Land Mines.”

The film is the second in a documentary series on demining & post truamatic stress disorder in Libya produced by Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace (LWPP). It highlights the individual, social, and economic long-term effects of landmines through interviews with several families of victims of landmines in Benghazi. 

Watch the trailer: http://bit.ly/2itl2Kw

#DemineBenghazi a powerful film by @LWPP_Org screened @HammametConf by @zlanghi https://t.co/yShAUHYtEI

— Hammamet Conference (@HammametConf) November 11, 2017

This year’s Hammamet conference focused “on building peaceful and inclusive societies. A challenge that requires leaders from all walks of life to inspire and act in a way that fosters long-term stability and prosperity,” according to the conference's website.

The first documentary “The Hidden Enemy”, released in September 2017, highlighted the deadly situation in some residential neighborhoods of Benghazi due to the widespread of landmines and explosive remnants of war, and the military demining unit's lack of resources and mine-clearing equipment.

Anas a victim of a mine explosion in Benghazi, is excluded from society after his injuries.