Film Screening: The Damage Done: An Unflinching Look at the Tragedy of Landmines

Like many Cambodians, 24-year-old Satya Yorm had no choice but to build his home on land contaminated by landmines. One day he deviated slightly from the path and stepped on a buried explosive.

Award-winning filmmaker Richard Fitoussi met Satya as he was rushed into Cambodia's busiest war-trauma hospital. From there, Richard couldn't stop asking questions.

Join us on Monday, June 1 for a screening of this poignant film.

Meet and mingle with special guests over wine and hors d'oeuvres, and stay after the film for a panel conversation with former Foreign Minister of Canada Lloyd Axworthy, film director Richard Fitoussi, and Dr. Samantha Nutt (tbc), President of War Child Canada.

June 1st, 2015

6:30 to 7:30 pm | Reception

8:00 to 9:30 pm | Film, Panel, Discussion

Bloor Hot Docs Cinema

Tickets:

$60 Reception, Film, and Panel

(numbers will be limited; a tax receipt for $35 will be issued)

$15 Film and Panel

(regular discount for Bloor Hot Docs Cinema Members)


Film Screening: The Damage Done: An Unflinching Look at the Tragedy of Landmines

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