Image & Nations Montreal, United Nations Association Film Festival, McCord Museum, Montreal
THE UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION TRAVELING FILM FESTIVAL
In partnership with Yellow Pad Sessions, the first Canadian edition of the United Nations Association Film Festival, Traveling Festival Montreal (UNAFF TFF) will take place on September 21, for the International Day of Peace.
The Festival will present four films defending the United Nations’ values and sustainable development goals. The films’ directors, producers and many experts will attend the screenings and lead discussions and conversations with the audience.
- Through My Eyes: Hani’s Journey, Canada/Lebanon/Syria
Director: Zahra Mackaoui. Screening in English. Duration: 30 minutes
- Soufra, Lebanon/US
Director: Thomas Morgan. Screening in Arabic with English subtitles. Duration: 73 minutes
- Liyana, Swaziland
Directors: Aaron Kopp and Amanda Kopp. Screening in English and Swahili with English subtitles. Duration: 77 minutes
- Tomorrow, France/Germany/Kazakhstan/India/UK/US
Directors: Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent. Screening in English and French with English subtitles. Duration: 120 minutes
THE UNAFF TFF
The Festival was founded in 1998 by Jasmina Bojic, a film critic and lecturer at Stanford, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Regular rate: $45
Reduced rate: $36
Tickets purchased online at Yellow Pad Sessions
Location: J.A. Bombardier Theatre and Atrium, McCord Museum