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This short film made for the International Committee of the Red Cross  deservedly won the Grand Prix Film Craft Lions at Cannes Festival, and depicts the harrowing story of a father desperately trying to save his wounded daughter Raya. Speeding through the countryside to get to a hospital, only to find once he is there it has been bombed, the video hammers home the effects that targeting medical staff and facilities has not just during the immediate attack, but long after when an already deprived community loses their only source of hope.

Hope|International Committee of the Red Cross|Short Film

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