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Event Archive - HUB Film Club - 4th Friday Films - "Window Horses. The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming":

Fri. July 28th 2017 - Fri. July 28th 2017 The HUB at Cowichan Station Duncan BC (All Ages)
7:00pm doors at 6:30pm
By Donation
Screening of the film "Window Horses. The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming." It's a feature animation about love—love of family, poetry, history, culture. Admission is with club membership (only $25 for a whole year!) or by donation.

Premiering at festivals around the world in 2016 this award-winning Canadian film is written and directed by filmmaker Ann Marie Fleming. Rated G
Rosie Ming, a young Canadian poet, is invited to perform at a poetry festival in Shiraz, Iran, but she’d rather go to Paris. She lives at home with her over-protective Chinese grandparents and has never been anywhere by herself. Once in Iran, she finds herself in the company of poets and Persians who tell her stories that force her to confront her past: the Iranian father she assumed abandoned her and the nature of poetry itself (with nods to Rumi and Hafiz). The film is about building bridges between cultural and generational divides. It’s about being curious. Staying open. And finding your own voice through the magic of poetry.

The film’s voice actors include Sandra Oh (Rosie), Ellen Page (Kelly, Rosie’s best friend), Don McKellar (a young poet named Dietmar), Shohreh Aghdashloo (Mehrnaz, a professor at the University of Tehran) and Nancy Kwan (Gloria, Rosie’s overprotective grandmother). More than a dozen animators, including Kevin Langdale, Janet Perlman, Bahram Javaheri and Jody Kramer, worked on the film with Fleming.

---National Film Board of Canada

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