Thursday, January 12, 2017

Documentary about Refugee Children to Show at Guild Cinema

Refugee Kids 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. The film humanizes complex geopolitics and depict the challenges and urgency of immigration to America in an increasingly dangerous – and interconnected – world.
Photo: Refugee Youth Mentoring Program page on Facebook
The documentary, Refugee Kids: One Small School Takes On the World, made its debut in many communities around the U.S. in the fall of 2015. It has taken more than a year, but the film is finally making it to Albuquerque!

Mark your calendars for Sunday, January 22,  1:00 p.m. at the Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave. (Map) The screening will be a fundraiser for the Refugee Youth Mentoring Program at Catholic Charities. Tickets are $5.00

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.


from Renee Silverman on Vimeo.

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