Roads of Ithriyah Private Screening
Come celebrate the result of six years of fundraisers and community involvement with a free screening of the independent feature film ROADS OF ITHRIYAH, by local filmmaker Javier Badillo!
This movie (75 minutes) is a war drama that tells the story of a young Syrian soldier who wakes up after being shell-shocked to find that he has no recollection of what faction he was fighting for. As memories of his mother and sister begin to remind him of the reasons he joined the conflict, he is forced to follow a mysterious soldier back into the war.
Parental advisory: We caution that there are a few moments of screen violence involving war. Reach out to us if you have any questions. Children are welcome but need to be accompanied by a guardian.
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Event Details: Private Screening of "Roads of Ithriyah" (Free)
Location: Gymnasium of Our Lady of Sorrows School, 2676 East Pender street, Vancouver
Date: September 24th, 2021
Time: 7:30pm (please arrive early)
Doors Open: 7pm.
Special Musical presentation by Bero Saher
Indigenous land welcoming by Mary Point.
Q and A with director, writers, producers and some cast and crew after the screening.
**Covid-19 gathering regulations in effect:
Proof of vaccination checked at the door.
Masks on at all times. No seat switching once seated.
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