Thursday, November 10, 2016 - 5:00pm
Baker Hall, Zoellner Arts Center
Film Screening followed by discussion with Zach Ingrasci, Filmmaker
Salam Neighbor is a documentary released in 2016 by the film production companies Living on One Dollar and 1001 MEDIA. The title means "hello" neighbor. The title has a dual meaning as the Arabic word "salam" also means "peace."The film documents the experiences of American filmmakers Zach Ingrasci and Chris Temple when they lived among 85,000 Syrians in Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp, which lies seven miles from the Syrian border. The filmmakers, who were the first allowed by the UN to register and set-up a tent inside a refugee camp, spent a month in Za'atari to cover what the UN Refugee Agency calls the world's most pressing humanitarian crisis.
Sponsored by the College of Arts and Science, Join the Dialogue Series
Center for Global Islamic Studies, Chaplain’s Office, Dean of Students Co-Sponsorship Fund, Doors of Clubs, Engineers without Borders, Global Citizenship Program, Global Studies Program, Health Medicine and Society, Humanities Center, Department of Journalism and Communications, Mellon Digital Humanities Initiative, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, No Lost Generation, Department of Political Science, Psi Upsilon, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Student Auxiliary Services; Student Senate, and Sustainable Development Program
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