Star Wars executive producer visits children affected by Russian armed aggression at Lviv hospital

Star Wars executive producer visits children affected by Russian armed aggression at Lviv hospital

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The executive producer of Star Wars, Tracey Seaward, has visited children affected by the Russian armed aggression, who had been taken to St. Nicholas Hospital in the city of Lviv from all over Ukraine.

The relevant statement was made by the Lviv First Medical Association on Facebook, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“The world-famous producer has shared her super powers with children at St. Nicholas Hospital of the Lviv First Medical Association! Tracey Seward, known as a producer for The Two Popes, The Queen and Star Wars, visited children affected by the Russian armed aggression and taken to hospital from all over Ukraine. With this meeting, Tracey encouraged children to recover faster and make their dreams come true,” the report states.

Tracey Seaward, David Lan and Stephen Daldry, in cooperation with Handspring Pupper Company and under the guidance of artistic director Amir Nizar Zuabi, were working to create a 3.5-meter tall puppet called Little Amal, representing a 10-year-old Syrian refugee girl, who ‘walked’ 8,000 kilometers across Europe last year, seeking for her mother.

On May 11, 2022, Little Amal was taken to Lviv, where she walked down the streets with Ukrainian symbols and visited a refugee camp.

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