Join us to Screen & Discuss “Borrowing Fire”

January 15, 2019

Friday, 18 January, 6:30p-9:00p: Hope Fellowship Church
16 Beech Street, Cambridge, MA 02140 (map)

Borrowing Fire a short documentary film by NIRV Filmmaker Kebrewosen (Kiki) Densamo of Ethiopia, will be screened and discussedas part of the “Art of Hope” event at Hope Fellowship Church at 16 Beech Street in Cambridge, MA on January 18, 6:30 – 9:00 pm.

Free and open to the public.

Borrowing Fire profiles an Ethiopian immigrant who finds courage in his faith. As a pastor to a rural Southern community he helps those struggling with addiction, homelessness and depression.

The film is one of ten New Immigrant and Refugee Visions (NIRV) films made by immigrants and refugees about the immigrant experience in the US. The films are designed to stimulate dialogue among people of different backgrounds to increase understanding and motivate action in the national conversation about immigration. Produced by Community Supported Film.

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