Migrants’ Rights Scotland: Film + discussion – “Caught between two worlds”, 23 Oct 2011, Glasgow

Join us for a film screening and discussion as part of Document 9 International Human Rights Film Festival!

“Caught between two worlds” (Dir. Victor Oszkár Nagy, Hungary, 2011, 67 mins) follows the everyday lives of 4 persons in a Hungarian refugee camp: four languages, four different types of homesickness, four traumas, four struggles. Lia, Ahmed, Bebe and Usama speak about their experiences and provide insight into what it feels like when you have to start from scratch in a country that isn’t home.

Migrants’ Rights Scotland will introduce the film and facilitate an open discussion with the audience. We will be joined by two persons who have made Glasgow their home and who will share their thoughts about the film and their experiences here.

Date: Sunday, 23rd Oct 2011

Time: 5.30pm-7.00pm

Venue: CCA 4, Center for Contemporary Arts, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD

Please book your place:  Tickets £4.00 (£2.00 unwaged), free entry for Asylum seekers and refugees (You will still need to book). Box Office: 0141 352 4900

For more info on the film and the Film Festival, please click here.