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The world currently counts more displaced people than at any time since 1945, while Europe is facing the most significant arrival of migrants in its postwar period. In that context, filmmakers have created thought-provoking works, putting that situation into perspective.

The film series "Filming at the Borders: Migrating to Europe Today" intends to open up the debate on ongoing migration issues, such as education, integration and gender-related challenges. In order to foster discussion, each screening is followed by a Q&A. After two first screenings at Toronto Reference Library in February, the film series comes back in April at Innis Town Hall Theatre, at the University of Toronto.

April 6th at 7pm: Le Havre by Aki Kaurismäki

In French, with English subtitles. The debate will be in English.

Moderator: Kass Banning (Cinema Studies Institute, University of Toronto)
Discussants: Laura Bisaillon (Anthropology Department, University of Toronto) and Warren, Crichlow (York University)

April 12th at 7pm: Blue Sky from Pain by Stephanos Mangriotis followed by The Messengers by Hélène Crouzillat and Laëtitia Tura

In French with English subtitles. The debate will be in English.

Moderator: Kass Banning (Cinema Studies Institute, University of Toronto)
Discussants: Angelica Fenner (Cinema Studies Institute 1 Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto) and Alberto Zambenedetti Department of Italian Studies 1 Cinema Studies Institute, University of Toronto)
 

The film series “Filming at the Borders” is co-presented by the Toronto Reference Library, the Cinema Studies Institute and Innis College of the University of Toronto and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Canada and the United States. The series was curated by Nora Philippe and first shown in New York in partnership with Columbia Maison Française and LaScam.

Innis Town Hall 2 Sussex Avenue Toronto

"Filming at the Borders" series comes back at Innis Town Hall Theatre

When
April 6 & 12, 2017 | 7 PM
Where
Innis Town Hall
2 Sussex Avenue
Toronto
© Le Havre by Aki Kaurismäki

The world currently counts more displaced people than at any time since 1945, while Europe is facing the most significant arrival of migrants in its postwar period. In that context, filmmakers have created thought-provoking works, putting that situation into perspective.

The film series "Filming at the Borders: Migrating to Europe Today" intends to open up the debate on ongoing migration issues, such as education, integration and gender-related challenges. In order to foster discussion, each screening is followed by a Q&A. After two first screenings at Toronto Reference Library in February, the film series comes back in April at Innis Town Hall Theatre, at the University of Toronto.

April 6th at 7pm: Le Havre by Aki Kaurismäki

In French, with English subtitles. The debate will be in English.

Moderator: Kass Banning (Cinema Studies Institute, University of Toronto)
Discussants: Laura Bisaillon (Anthropology Department, University of Toronto) and Warren, Crichlow (York University)

April 12th at 7pm: Blue Sky from Pain by Stephanos Mangriotis followed by The Messengers by Hélène Crouzillat and Laëtitia Tura

In French with English subtitles. The debate will be in English.

Moderator: Kass Banning (Cinema Studies Institute, University of Toronto)
Discussants: Angelica Fenner (Cinema Studies Institute 1 Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto) and Alberto Zambenedetti Department of Italian Studies 1 Cinema Studies Institute, University of Toronto)
 

The film series “Filming at the Borders” is co-presented by the Toronto Reference Library, the Cinema Studies Institute and Innis College of the University of Toronto and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Canada and the United States. The series was curated by Nora Philippe and first shown in New York in partnership with Columbia Maison Française and LaScam.

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