Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution Directed by Matthew VanDyke Shows as part of Shorts Program 1, “Truth Be Told,” on June 20 at 3:15 p.m. at AFI Silver and June 23 at 10 a.m. at Newseum

Cracks of gunfire echo through the streets of Aleppo, providing a morbid yet appropriate soundtrack for Not Anymore, a 15-minute short that chronicles the Free Syrian Army’s struggle against Bashar al-Assad’s government forces. Rebel fighters walk among rubble from razed buildings. Dead revolutionaries are dragged from dusty streets. “You must keep one bullet” for yourself, lest al-Assad’s army captures you, cautions Mowya, a rebel. Because in Syria, increasingly so, death is the price of true freedom.

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