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United Nations Association Film Festival (UNAFF)

The 17th UNAFF, an international documentary film festival with a focus on human rights, will run from October 16 to 26 at various locations on Stanford's campus.
On Tuesday, October 21:
Session 154:00PM FACING FEAR (US, 23 min)4:30PM KILLING HER IS A TICKET TO PARADISE (Yemen, 56 min)5:30PM Panel "Fear and Compassion - Gender, Race and Religion" (FREE ADMISSION)
Session 166:30PM Reception with the filmmakers 7:00PM MATTHIEU RICARD, ON THE PATH TO COMPASSION (Bhuitan/France/Nepal, 52 min)8:00PM FREEDOM SUMMER (US, 113 min)

Details

When:

Tuesday, October 21, 2014. 04:00PM

Where:

Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

Sponsor:

Camera as Witness Program

Contact:

(650) 725-0012
jasmina1@stanford.edu

Admission:

$10 per film session (1-3 hrs). Free admission for students with valid ID, seniors (62+). Opening Night films and UNAFF & Kids program (Oct 17) are free and open to the general public by generous support from FACT. Free admission to all panels.