Exact date and time TBD!
Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival
Annual Copenhagen Film Festival
Syria's Tent Cities will be screening in the Middle East at Reel Cinemas Dubai Mall!
One day only:
On March 9th, 2019
Get your tickets here:
Prison City Film Festival
D2 BLOCK – 2 PM
3.20 PM- 4.00 PM
Full festival schedule:
The Front Range International Film Festival
Festival on February 23rd
Block 1-Headline News
10 AM-12 PM
Oscar Watch Party on February 24th
“The goal of the Humanitarian Award is to honor filmmakers who are bringing awareness to issues of Ecological, Political, Social Justice, Health and Wellness, Animals, Wildlife, Conservation, Global and Spiritual importance.
Your production was hand selected by our judges and staff, from the entire pool of entries to the competition throughout 2018, as a film that represents both the spirit of humanitarianism combined with quality filmmaking craft. The judges feel strongly that this year’s nominees brought light to many important global topics.
We firmly believe that film can make impactful changes globally and the IndieFEST Humanitarian Awards are designed to give recognition to those illustrious filmmakers whose craft and message enlightens and inspires audiences to make a difference!
We appreciate the extremely important work you are doing to raise awareness and shift global paradigms. We are truly grateful for your talented filmmaking and dedication and we honor YOU, as a filmmaker, for bringing awareness to the critical issues of our time.”
Prison City Film Festival Screening
Screening for the first time in Los Angeles, where the film was initially produced!
L.A., I cannot wait to be back and share the film with you ♥
At the Studio City International Film Festival. Block 23.
1:00 to 3:00 pm
Syria’s Tent Cities examines the lives of Syrian refugees in Middle Eastern refugee camps while also answering the question of what happens next, once they’re resettled in Canada. The film allows the audience to better understand the many challenges a refugee faces, taking them on an eye-opening journey to both sides of the globe. Throughout the film, the refugees work to improve their situation through the efforts of two individuals who have dedicated their lives to making education and inclusivity a right for all Syrian children: Nowell Sukkar and Mazen El-Baba. Bassam Khawaja and Adam Coogle of Human Rights Watch in Lebanon and Jordan respectively reveal the harsh realities of Syrian refugees’ living conditions in neighbouring countries, as well as the underlying issues that act as barriers to education for children.