A Song Can’t Burn

With local artists we started a programme with no grand intentions. We wanted to amuse and divert, distract the children from the horrors around them, give them some fun.
— Professor Nigel Osborne MBE
 

A Song Can’t Burn is a short documentary that tells the story of a music therapy programme being delivered to Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Directed by Roscoe Neil and shot by Dave Galloway it has achieved success on the festival circuit, screening at the 18th Annual Tribeca Film Festival in New York, as well as winning Best Documentary at the Dam Short Film Festival in Nevada.

My account of the production can be found here, and more information on the film can be found on it’s official website, here.

For all screening and acquisition enquiries please email martin.ball@pennyappeal.org