|June 22, 2017||2:00 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
In a section of Hebron under full military occupation, 12-year-old Muhammad is just one of many children detained nearly every day by members of the Israeli Defence Forces.
On a summer afternoon, in a small town, Tanu and her grandma inquire of a world outside the bounds of their home.
While his parents are mourning the death of a baby, Orlo experiences a loss of his own.
Sisters Mia and Lorena are having a big day—their father is getting released from the camp where he spent the last three months as a prisoner of war.
In a remote Chinese village, a young boy forms a bond with a pig as he waits for his parents to return from the city.
A young girl cares for her younger brother at home, while she awaits her mother’s return.