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Online Screening of Utica: The Last Refuge presented in partnership with SIMA Studios.
Join us June 25-27 for an exclusive digital film screening + live discussion, hosted by the Los Angeles Film Club Committee.
Watch the film between June 25-27 and join us for a live Q&A Sunday, June 27 at 4pm PT/7pm ET.
RSVP below to receive the film link + access to the live Q&A.
Utica: The Last Refuge
Utica: The Last Refuge follows the Azein family from their arrival in the US in 2017, just as an administration hostile to refugees is sworn in. Over 2.5 years Utica’s venerable refugee resettlement agency will be tasked with helping the Azeins make a difficult transition as they struggle to stay afloat themselves.
Our screening is only made possible by the support of sponsors. Please consider becoming a sponsor by selecting a level below or making a donation. All sponsors will be recognized onscreen and in our communications about the event. Though we can’t offer you exclusive in-person access to the filmmakers & researchers for now, sponsors should know that their support is appreciated now more than ever - in making Human Rights Watch’s crucial work possible and allowing people across the country access to this powerful film + discussion free of charge. Thank you for your support!
Please note, due to licensing restrictions, the film is only available to view by audiences located in the United States.
The HRW Film Club is committed to making our screenings accessible to all. If the ticket prices below would prevent you from participating in our screening, please contact Rianna at [email protected]. Free registration will be provided, no questions asked. Thank you for your support.