CROSSROADS FILM & DISCUSSION SERIES: THE CROSSING
Join us to watch a first-hand account of the perilous journey made by a group of Syrian refugees to Europe. A post-film discussion will feature Bill Gillett, Chairman of the International Institute of New England, which assists refugees and immigrants in becoming productive and engaged members of the greater Lowell, Boston, and Manchester communities.
A first-hand account of the perilous journey made by a group of Syrian refugees. Traversing land and sea on an old fishing boat manned by smugglers, the nail-biting journey leads to Europe where the refugees disperse. Each must battle to stay sane and create an identity among the maze of regulations and refugee hostels. The Crossing shows us the lengths to which people go to find safety and forge their own destiny.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
This event is FREE but ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED ONLINE OR BY PHONE AT 603.314.7970 – Please consider supporting this free global education program for the public with a $10 donation per ticket!
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Red River Theatres, Inc.
11 S. Main Street Suite L1-1
Concord, NH 03301
Movie Phone: 603.224.4600
Main Office: 603.224.4697