Watch the film below or organize a community screening!
A screening of Refuge(e) is a great way to catalyze a dialogue about taking action around divestment from private prisons in your community. We have put together a screening toolkit that will easily guide you step by step through the process of hosting a screening, and provide the materials to facilitate a conversation about prison divestment.
If you would like to host a screening at your organization, school, church, community group, or local theater, contact us at: email@example.com
“The film successfully mixes traditional documentary style with illustrated watercolor animations that lend emotional depth to the depiction of personal memories such as the men's nightmarish accounts of trekking through the Central American jungle and their experiences in the Cibola County Correctional Center. The result is a touching exposé of the horrors that might cause a person to leave everything behind, the relief of arriving at the border, and the treatment refugees face in the US immigration system.”