Come see the new documentary film, "Darfur Now." Darfur Now is a story of hope amid one of humanity’s darkest hours. It shows how the work of six people can make a difference in Darfur, and how our voices united can bring an end to the unspeakable horrors the people of Darfur face every day.
It follows the achievements of a Darfuri woman, a community leader in West Darfur, a UCLA graduate, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, a U.N. humanitarian aid worker, and an actor and activist.
What: Darfur Now, a documentary about six people making a difference in Darfur
When: Opens Friday, November 2
Showtimes and Locations:
Lincoln Plaza Center, 1886 Broadway, between 62nd and 63rd
The Angelika Film Center, 18 W. Houston St. at Mercer St.
As you may know, a film’s opening weekend is extremely important and determines the exposure it gets. Darfur Now opens this weekend, but only in New York and Los Angeles. Come watch the movie and bring your friends so we can ensure a nationwide release, help educate people about the crisis in Darfur, and empower them to help end it.