Seeds of Hope

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies Olympia
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6:30 PM, Thursday, June 21, 2018
Location: Olympia (click for map)

“Seeds of Hope” is a film by Fiona Lloyd-Davies, award winning filmmaker and photojournalist, about the women of Minova, Congo-DRC, who were raped in the ongoing war, and have gone about rebuilding their lives. They are now supplying clean water to their community through a project with Friendly Water for the World. This is a story of survival and solidarity.

A visually stunning and  gut-achingly harrowing new film.  Newsweek Magazine

Gifts from around the world to support Friendly Water’s projects will be available for purchase.

Free & Open to the Public — Screening Followed By Discussion

Join us at: Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation
2315 Division NW, Olympia WA

2200 East End Street for parking access.

Bus line 41 bus stop at Butler’s Cove on Division.

Donations RequestedNo one Turned Away

Download the film screening poster in PDF format: a full 8.5″ x 11″ pagea 2-up pagea 4-up page.

Release Year: 2013

Running Time: 1 hour, 12 minutes

Director: Fiona Lloyd-Davies

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Online reservations are not required for this event.

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