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Community Screening: Big Fight in Little Chinatown

This May, Cinema at the Museum presents a series of films in honour of Asian Heritage Month. These films look at themes of identity, revenge, family, independence, memory, grief, culture, and community from a wide range of Asian filmmakers.

This community screening is presented in partnership with the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association and will feature a community panel discussion featuring Haven Seto and artist respectfulchild following the screening.

Thursday, May 23, 7 PM
Film: Big Fight in Little Chinatown
Director: Karen Cho
Year: 2022
Runtime: 88
Country: Canada
Rating: NR

All across the globe, Chinatowns are under threat of disappearing – and along with them, the rich history of a community who fought from the margins for a place to belong. Big Fight in Little Chinatown documents the collective fight to save Chinatowns across North America.

This screening is free and open to the public.

Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.

Saskatchewan Intercultural Association provides programs and services that empower and relieve barriers for newcomers and Indigenous people in the areas of securing employment, language advancement, and cultural understanding. An integral part of SIA has always been to provide anti-racist education and promote intercultural understanding to the general public through workshops, programming, and community events.

May 23 at 7:00PM 9:00PM

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