Spin Film, RYOT and the Museum of Tolerance invite you and a guest to a special screening of

How far would you go to save a stranger’s life?

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
7:30 p.m.
at the Museum of Tolerance

Lifeboat puts a human face on one of the world’s greatest contemporary, global crises: documenting the plight of refugees fleeing war and oppression. Lifeboat bears witness to the experiences of desperate refugees who leave Libya in unsafe boats in the middle of the night and to the heroism of volunteers from a German non-profit who brave the dangers of the sea to try to save refugees from their sinking boats.

Join the program’s co-hosts, Academy Award™ Winner Mark Johnathan Harris and Academy Award™ Nominated Alec Lorimore following the screening for an urgent conversation regarding the desperate plight of refugees around the world, with distinguished panelists:

  • Skye Fitzgerald,
    Director - Spin Film and Lifeboat

  • Matthew Reynolds,
    UNHCR Regional Representative

  • Jabig,
    Former Refugee From Rwanda,
    Immigrant To Kenya And Canada

  • Tom Cole,
    Senior Technical Advisor, Africa Women

  • Andrew Maccalla,
    Director of International Programs and Emergency Response, Direct Relief

Reception following the panel discussion.

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