“Inocente” is the inspiring story of a young, homeless and undocumented girl who refused to give up her dream of being an artist. Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject.
Inocente will be there in person.
Following the film, a panel discussion will feature Lisa Manthe, Clinical Director, New Directions/Child Parent Institute; Lisa Fatu, Program Manager, Youth Crisis Services, Social Advocates for Youth (SAY); and Meagan Pugh, Art 2 Heart, Somatic Art Therapist.
The film is free (donations accepted), and open to the public.
This film kicks off the fifth annual Social Action Goes to the Movies award-winning series. Theme of the 2017 series is: “Sparks of Hope: Healing Through Innovation and Creativity.”
Upcoming films in the series are “Catching the Sun,” a New York Times Critics’ Pick about climate control, Feb. 25; and “Homes for the Homeless–A Better Way,” a snapshot of homelessness and some new solutions, March 25. Mark your calendars!
Parking limited, carpools encouraged.