Idil Ibrahim turns the Spotlight on Migration Stories in Film

A raw still frame of the character Diarra shot by Cinematographer Dylan Verrechia in SEGA short film by Idil Ibrahim. Photo: Idil Ibrahim/2019

“Film breaks down barriers, it transports you to other places that you wouldn’t normally go and we do need that”

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