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‘I made my film Fish to keep my son’s dreams alive’


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‘I made my film Fish to keep my son’s dreams alive’

A film shot by a father and his son, together stuck in detention on the Hungarian-Serbian border, has premiered at human rights festivals in Europe.Iranian artist Abouzar Soltani and 10-year-old Armin have been stuck in a Transit Zone in Hungary for almost a year.They entered the country legally to apply for asylum, in December 2018,…

‘I made my film Fish to keep my son’s dreams alive’

A film shot by a father and his son, together stuck in detention on the Hungarian-Serbian border, has premiered at human rights festivals in Europe.

Iranian artist Abouzar Soltani and 10-year-old Armin have been stuck in a Transit Zone in Hungary for almost a year.

They entered the country legally to apply for asylum, in December 2018, after waiting more than two years in Serbia.

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Their film, Fish, has now been shown at the human rights festivals in Bratislava and Budapest.

Produced by Nick Thorpe.

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