Words With Gods Movie Screening & Panel Discussion

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As part of the World Interfaith Harmony Week, WACC - Global and the International Diaspora Film Festival are excited to bring the film Words with Gods for a public screening and panel discussion in Toronto!

Words with Gods is a series of 9 beautifully captured short films that brings together the fascinating work of award-winning film-makers from all over the world - following the theme of faith and spirituality and the individual connection with the divine.

Directed by: Guillermo Arriaga, Emir Kusturica, Amos Gitai, Mira Nair, Warwick Thornton, Héctor Babenco, Bahman Ghobadi, Hideo Nakata, Álex de la Iglesia
Music by: Peter Gabriel

Winner, Gold Medal, New York Film Festival 2015; Official Selection, Venice Film Festival 2015; Nominated, Audience Award Chicago Film Festival 2015

The film was first released in 2014 at the 71st Venice International Film Festival directed by the Nobel Prize-winning Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa.

Please come out and join us for the movie and panel discussion! Donations to assist with costs will be greatly appreciated.

About the Sponsors:
WACC- Global

The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) is a specialized international non-governmental development organization that builds its platform on its core commitment to promoting social justice and sustainable development. WACC’s roots are embedded in the Christian traditions, and with these values, has identified its mission as bringing together members all around the world that focus on achieving and strengthening the rights of those denied the ability to communicate because of status, identity, or gender. With its vision - communication for all - WACC strongly advocates for the full access to information and communication, promotes open and diverse media, and believes that communication is a basic human right that defines people’s common humanity, strengthens cultures, connects community and challenges injustices, marginalization and oppression.

International Diaspora Film Festival:
The International Diaspora Film Festival (IDFF) provides Toronto audiences with an opportunity to experience the cultural mosaic of the present world through the medium of cinema. The IDFF is a charitable not-for-profit organization founded in 2001 to foster understanding and discussion among different people. By giving voice to “Others” we hope to diminish stereotypes and prejudice and promote dialogue over conflict.
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By: WACC - Global