Utopia Film Festival
In collaboration with the Utopia Film Festival, four short documentaries highlighting Stories of Immigration.
Utopia to a refugee or immigrant is the better world they travel to. It may mean safety, opportunity, or freedom from hunger or oppression. 4 short films document the stories of immigrants or refugees from 4 different countries: North Korea, Sweden, Malaysia, and the Syria that so many are currently fleeing. Their stories are part of the universal story of fleeing one home to find a new one.
The documentaries include: “The Balloon Man” from North Korea; “I Am Reva” from Sweden; “People Like Us” from Malaysia; and “Not Anymore: the Story of a Revolution” from Syria.
How do we respond? What do we think and act on? Join the discussion to form answers and share with others. It is our Utopia to create – what will it look like?
“Stories of Immigration” are part of the Utopia Film Festival. Held on the 4th weekend of October, the mission of the Utopia Film Festival is “seeking a better world through film”.
For more information contact Susan Barnett, or 443 388 2961.
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