Red Lines Documentary Available On Demand!

by SparkMedia
July 29, 2014  |  Distribution,Documentaries,Red Lines

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Spark’s latest documentary, Red Lines, has just been released through Video On Demand! Directors Andrea Kalin and Oliver Lukacs present a chilling look at the brutal reality facing the Middle East as the civil war in Syria deepens, crosses borders and, claims more lives in its wake.

Red Lines provides cinematic boots on the ground, offering a rare window into the Syrian conflict, taking us from the trenches to the halls of power worldwide and becoming, along the way, a searing exposé of an inhumane crisis that goes on, as do the two young activists who have fought for its end with conscience, technology, and an inspired blueprint for democracy.

Under threat of death and armed only with the internet, two young, unlikely Syrian activists organize when no one else will. A wealthy socialite-turned-revolutionary, Razan coordinates a smuggling network for bringing humanitarian aid and journalists into Syria. Damascus-born Mouaz works his contacts in the West, becoming a primary source for intel from the opposition on the ground, carrying dire implications for the entire region. While pleading their case abroad, the two navigate a minefield at home, facing agonizing decisions of who to aid and who to trust, all while hatching a Trojan-horse plan to counter the extremists’ rise to power by creating one free, democratically run village and spreading from there.

But when the Assad regime redoubles its attacks on civilians with tactical starvation, barrel bombs and even chemical warfare, hope for the entire region suffers crushing casualties.

Our distribution partner, FilmBuff, will exhibit the film on all leading On Demand platforms including: iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Vimeo, Vudu, Google Play, Blinkbox, XBOX Video, and Sony PlayStation. An Arabic version of the film will also be available on Vimeo On Demand. The original motion picture soundtrack is available on iTunes, Amazon, and CDBaby, as well as other downloadable and streaming music sites.

To learn more about the film, please visit www.redlinesfilm.com. To order the film, please visit: www.redlinesfilm.com/see-the-film

For inquires about organizing a screening or an event with the directors contact us at info@sparkmedia.org.


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