TV & Film
Episode 8 in our season of documentary films featured in this year’s Melbourne Documentary Film Festival!----more----
This not your average take on the migrant crises.
This is a fascinating and unique perspective of positive integration in Canada from the point of view of children from three families from Syria and Iraq.
It’s emotional, poignant and at times life affirming.
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