Emilia Clarke, popularly known as the mother of Dragons due to her titular role as Daenerys Targaryen is one of the most popular and humongous American fantasy drama television series till the day titled the ‘Game of Thrones has recently been inspired by a lot many around her. Lately, she had spoken about her latest obsession with Jenny Diski’s articles, which indeed was a true inspirational pillar for her. Also, her active participation in the field of art and film even during the annoyingly disturbing phase of the pandemic was well captured through her initiative to help the artist through a lockdown theater is worth mentioning. Now Emilia has come up with a helping hand to the Syrian community out there.
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Recently, Emilia Clarke took to her Instagram page to declare her support to the Syrian community struggling day in and out to restore peace and self-respect.
Emilia Clarke gets truly inspired to support the Syrian Community!
“It has been 10 years since the Syrian people took a stand for freedom and dignity. I have seen the film FOR SAMA and I stand with Waad, her family and the millions of Syrians fighting for peace and dignity. Head to actionforsama.com to show your support too,” posted the actress.
As per the post, the actress revealed the fact that its the movie ”For Sama” that triggered this thought of standing by the side of the millions of Syrians fighting for peace and dignity.
Earlier, she had also come forward appreciating the art of the movie ”For Sama.”
”This film is about life, death, and the fragile space between where humanity lives breathe and survive. These two are real-life miracles. Please watch and support this breathtaking work,” said Emilia Clarke.
Narrating the female experience of war, the movie ”For Sama” is a 2019 documentary film produced and narrated by Waad Al-Kateab, and directed by Waad Al-Kateab and Edward Watts. The film focuses on Waad Al-Kateab’s journey as a journalist and rebel in the Syrian uprising. Her husband is Hamza Al-Kateab, one of the few doctors left in Aleppo, and they raise their daughter Sama Al-Kateab during the Syrian Civil War.
The film had its world premiere at the South by Southwest festival on March 11, 2019, where it won the Documentary Feature Competition’s Grand Jury and Audience Awards.
For Sama made history when it was nominated in four categories in the BAFTA awards, making it the most nominated documentary ever. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 92nd Academy Awards.