It is our great pleasure to invite you as the guest to attend the Inaugural International Film Festival by WCCW (Washington Coalition for Comfort Women Issues, Inc.). This event will showcase narrative film productions (based on true stories) and documentaries with focus on & comfort women, euphemism for wartime sexual slaves under the Imperial Japanese Military system during World War II. Through this Film Festival we want to honor the wartime victims and also to educate the public of atrocities and legacies of the victims. The films from Korea, China, Canada, Australia, and the Netherlands feature scopes and perspectives of wounds from war that lingers even to this day. The following is the event details.November 9 (Fri) - 11 (Sun), 2018 School of Communication, American University McKinley Building 4400 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20016
Japanese Army grandfather who fought in World War II testifies about the massacre in China and testify about the Japanese military sexual slavery. The voice was true recording of the testimony, and the animation film was created based on the true personal story.Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3QZBRJ-_Rk
We welcome to join group or community for this movie festival.
We have been journey for faith and apology very long time. And we must keep going for it until people with broken heart is healed.
Please help what we are passionate about. It becomes a great courage. We will give 10 tickets if you donate for this event. Please click the below and check the information.
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$20 for Friday or Sunday
$30 for Saturday
$50 for Full 3 day Pass
$10 for Student or Senior /Friday or Sunday
$15 for Student or Senior /Saturday
$25 for Student or Senior /Full 3 day