(2017, 50 min., DVD, English with some Arabic) Even as the Syrian conflict rages, a legal case is being built against President Bashar al-Assad, who is accused of committing crimes against humanity and war crimes. Through personal testimonies and unprecedented access to Syrian regime documents, the documentary film tells the stories of survivors of torture, families of the dead and missing, and regime defectors risking their lives to expose the truth—the torture and murder of civilians on an industrial scale.

Naomi Kikoler from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will moderate a post-screening discussion with Ambassador Stephen Rapp and director/ producer Sara Afshar.

Free with Museum admission; registration recommended