In the international migrants day, 18 December, the UN Agency for migration (IOM) invites you to a viewing of short films “New year Haru” and “Three days in August”. Both films show the migration through the prism of children’s perception.
The heroine of the film “New year Haru” Korean Director Alice Tyres just arrived from Japan to Canada. New year, new country, new school. Will lead Lee Haru new friends?
The film “Three days in August”, the Estonian Director of Madli lääne dedicated to the events of 1991. Estonian girl, Eva meets a Russian boy Cyrus. Meanwhile in Moscow there is a military coup, and Estonia declares independence. Influence of political events on the relationship between the children?
The screening will take place on 18 December from 17:30 to 19:00 in “Zhovten” cinema (26 kostyantynivska str, 2 floor, hall “Wannabe”).
The films will be screened in original language with Ukrainian and English subtitles.
Admission is free. Pre-registration the link.
IOM has established a Global festival of films on migration in 2016. The competition program of the festival includes films of different genres: fiction and documentary, animation, full and short films. This year the festival will be held in more than 100 countries, and in Ukraine this event will be held for the first time. The Global film festival on migration — 2019 in Kiev was made possible thanks to the support of the Estonian Embassy and the canadian Embassy.