Join us July 19, 2018 at 6:30pm at The Revue Theatre (400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto) for an evening of film, memories and community spirit at our annual summer event.
This year's film:
The World Stopped Watching directed by Peter Raymont
Tickets: $15 each
$10 for youth under 25yrs
This follow-up to director Peter Raymont’s multi-award-winning film, The World Is Watching, which documented the media circus in Managua, Nicaragua in 1988, during the Sandinista/Contra period, The World Stopped Watching follows two American journalists who return to Nicaragua to explore what happens to a country and a people when the media spotlight is turned off. They discovered a country struggling with desperate poverty and corruption, unreported by the international press.
6:30 pm - Doors Open: Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave
6:45 pm - Film Begin
8:15 pm - Q&A with the Panel
9:00 pm - After-Party at Inter Steer Tavern
Peter Raymont: Filmmaker and Director, The World Stopped Watching
Alejandra Cabezas: Activist / Daughter of the Revolution
Oakland Ross: Author and Former Latin America Correspondent for The Globe and Mail, Currently a Columnist for Correo Canadiense.
Moderating the discussion:
Michael O'Sullivan: Associate Dean, Faculty of Education, Brock University, and Casa-Pueblito Board Member.
Tickets will be available online until July 18, 2018
Tickets will available by cash on event day, at the theatre starting at 6:30pm
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WATCH THE TRAILER HERE: