Freedom fields

Special Preview of Freedom Fields in Cambridge on 22 May

Beautifully shot, subtly told, by turns moving, infuriating and exhilarating


"Beautifully shot, subtly told, by turns moving, infuriating and exhilarating"  Little White Lies

In the build up to the Women’s World Cup, the film is an inspiring story about football and sisterhood from a team that won’t be playing but their voices are just as important.

FREEDOM FIELDS is a love letter to a place, resilience, sisterhood and the power of team.


Filmed over five years, FREEDOM FIELDS follows three women and their football team in post-revolution Libya, as the country descends into civil war and the utopian hopes of the Arab Spring begin to fade. Through the eyes of these accidental activists, we see the reality of a country in transition, where the personal stories of love and aspirations collide with History:

Before the film is released in cinemas on 31 May, the director Naziha Arebi is embarking of special Q&A tour around the UK including a screening at:


Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge on

Wednesday 22 May