A new documentary, Refugee Kids: One Small School Takes On the World, made its debut in many communities around the U.S. this fall. The documentary, by award-winning filmmakers Renée Silverman and Peter Miller, follows students at a New York City summer program for children seeking asylum from the world’s most volatile conflicts. Below is a trailer, followed by more information.
from Renee Silverman on Vimeo.
The film presents an intimate, emotionally gripping account
of the students’ stories of escaping war and conflict and resettling in
America, chronicling their triumphs and setbacks as their lives unfold
over the course of one formative summer.
humanizes complex geopolitics and depict the challenges and urgency of
immigration to America in an increasingly dangerous – and interconnected
To find out if the film is showing in your community or if your group or coalition wants to help bring the documentary to your city or town in the near future, contact Kari Steeves (firstname.lastname@example.org). No showings are yet scheduled in New Mexico,