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Camera As Witness Presents 18th United Nations Association Film Festival

18th United Nations Assoc. Film Festival (UNAFF) to screen 60 documentaries (October 15-25). Featuring current events from across the globe; the politics of poaching in Africa; rape in India and across American college campuses; drones as a tool of modern warfare; the fastest winter-warming place on earth; the global waste crisis; art's ability to overcome violence, poverty and isolation in Oakland, California; the history of Libya; the Greek financial crisis; an inside look at the girls of the Taliban; finding loopholes to perform abortions at sea for women with no other option; and a remarkable journey by 12 teens to confront racism.
Multiple locations: Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, School of Medicine (Li Ka Shing Bldg Rm LK130), Graduate School of Education (CERAS Bldg Rm 101), City of Palo Alto (Aquarius Theatre and Cubberley Community Center), East Palo Alto (Eastside College Preparatory School), and San Francisco. See www.unaff.org for screening locations, program schedule and to purchase tickets.

Details

When:

Saturday, October 24, 2015 (All day)

Where:

Graduate School of Education (CERAS Bldg Rm.101); Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (Encina Hall); School of Medicine (Li Ka Shing Bldg Rm. LK130)

Sponsor:

Camera as Witness Program

Contact:

(650) 725-0012
jasmina1@stanford.edu

Admission:

GENERAL ADMISSION $10 per film session (1.5 to 3 hours)
FREE ADMISSION for students with valid ID and to all panels