'Goodbye Aleppo' Screening Q+A: A BBC Arabic documentary film about a team of four young citizen journalists who film themselves and each other as the battle for Aleppo rages around them in December 2016. They show what daily life is like in the last days of East Aleppo as the Syrian Army, the Russians, Iran, and Iran-backed militias in December 2016 gradually take the city from opposition fighters. The team film in extremely dangerous and life-threatening situations, trapped, bombarded, and encircled with the civilians under siege in East Aleppo. ‘Goodbye Aleppo‘ is a dramatic, emotional, gripping, thoughtful, and unique film that tells the story of the fall of East Aleppo as it has never been seen before, through the personal stories and insights of these four young men. To be followed by a Q+A with the documentary filmmakers, the screening will take place on 26 July, 2017 at the Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London, W2 1QJ.