October 2002 Events
 
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3rd I co-presents with United Nations Association Film Festival 2002

Please join us in the spirit of this year's theme "HUMANITY IS INDIVISIBLE"

Every child has the right to obtain information and to make information known, according to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. But what should Nisha's mother tell her about AIDS?

Nisha is the heartfelt story of an eleven-year-old Indian girl living in a slum. She is often ill, but no one has told her why. Secluded from the other children and confused by her recurring illnesses, her world unravels when her mother confesses that they are both infected with the HIV virus - the virus that caused the death of Nisha's father. Nisha is an intimate, moving portrait of a young girl's brave struggle to come to terms with her fatal illness and the stigma attached to it if revealed to an AIDS-phobic society.

 

October 16

8:45pm

Delancey Screening Room

600 Embarcadero, San Francisco

Ticket and other info: http://www.unaff.org/2002/films.html#

 

October 25

4:35pm

Annenberg Auditorium

Cummings Art Building

Stanford University, Palo Alto

 

SHE WANTS TO TALK TO YOU (Nepal/USA, 29 minutes)

Director/Producer: Anita Chang

October 24

8:05pm

Annenberg Auditorium

Cummings Art Building

Stanford University, Palo Alto

Ticket and other info: http://www.unaff.org/2002/films.html

 

A Halloween benefit for Child Family Health International

CFHI supports long term sustainable health care projects and conducts educational programs in international health for US medical and pre-medical students.

October 25

9pm - 2am

The Justice League

628 Divisadero Street (@ Hayes Street)

 

A Bollyween Extravaganza with music, film, and costumes!

Advance Ticket Purchase recommended- Space is limited!

Call: 415.957.9000

Advance: $12 Students, $15 Regular

At the Door: $18

More info: http://www.bollyween.com

Co-sponsored with: Sanjeevslist, Kohi-noor, Ekta, NetIP-SFBA, & Bhumro

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