Faith and Freedom

May 5, 2020

New Immigrant and Refugee Visions-at-home

The faith and freedom to build new lives.

— Watch an immigrant pastor and businessman help native-born Americans heal themselves.

— Watch refugees experience religious freedom in America.

Host a Facebook Watch Party: Go to your Facebook page. Go to Create Post and select “Watch Party” from the lower-right pull-down of post activities. Cut and paste the following numbers, one at a time, to the bar at the top of the Add Videos dialogue window and click on “Add to Queue”: 686543602110292; 679964069419983; 1087539984948348; 206022280700156; 342770766681667.  Invite friends and start your Watch Party.

Our weekly online New Immigrant and Refugee Visions (NIRV) themed screenings allow you to watch a selection of the NIRV films with your home-bound and online family and friends.

Tell us about your experience in the comments section.


New Immigrant and Refugee Visions (NIRV) is a collection of documentary films by and about new immigrants in the United States.

Produced by Community Supported Film
Community Supported Film amplifies local voices in under- or mis-represented communities – whether they be from AfghanistanHaiti or the US – so that they can communicate their lived-realities through documentary filmmaking.

 


In response to the current crisis we are making these films available online for free for a limited time. Help us cover our costs by donating.

Buy the films and support CSFilm by asking your town or institution’s library to purchase the films.

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