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Jude Law Heads To Afghanistan For BBC Film

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Joining British documentary filmmaker Jeremy Gilley, Oscar-nomainated actor Jude Law will head to Afghanistan shortly to film a documentary for the BBC. Recordings will also be made for UNICEF in preparations for World Peace Day on September 21st.Â

The actor will spend time with Afghan children to help raise awareness for the problems facing those in the war-torn nation. From the article,

“Film-maker Gilley launched his Peace One Day campaign eight years ago.

In 2001, the UN passed a resolution to formally establish an annual day of global ceasefire. Annie Lennox, Corinne Bailey Rae, James Morrison, Beth Orton and Marc Almond are among the stars who will perform at the Royal Albert Hall in London to mark the special event. There will be recorded messages from Jude and David Beckham.”

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