Friday, 22 March
Hart House Music Room
7 Hart House Circle
The Revolutionary Struggles Film Festival will feature a series of documentaries that showcase some of the most significant revolutionary struggles that were waged against colonialism, racism, capitalist imperialism and military occupation in the 20th century across continents.
Following the film screening of Naila and the Uprising, Naila’s son – Majd – who in 1988 was an infant and kept in prison with his mother – will be joining us in discussion.
This festival is organized as part of a course on Revolution in the Transnational Context being taught in Equity Studies at New College, University of Toronto. All film screenings are free and will be followed by an analysis and discussion.