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'No Fire Zone - The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka'
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A trailer for a new documentary entitled "No Fire Zone - The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka" has been released earlier this week.

Plans for the documentary were revealed in October 2012 by director of "Sri Lanka's Killing Fields" Callum Macrae.

Speaking at Frances Harrison's launch of "Still Counting The Dead", Macrae stated that "this film will be different to the others, we want this to be a call to action".

See the trailer below.

No Fire Zone - Trailer from Zoe Sale on Vimeo.

 
 
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