Date: Thursday, February 28, 2013 Time: 7PM Where: Pemberton Library - Community Centre
The Pemberton Library hosts a movie night
at its facilities once a month at the Pemberton Community
Centre. The screening usually highlights un told stories
and award winning films.
This month the Library will be screening Pushing the
Elephant a story about a Congolese woman fighting to bring
attention to the constant violence and oppression her country still
Pushing the Elephant
In the late 1990s, Rose Mapendo lost her family and home to
the violence that engulfed the Democratic Republic of
Congo. She emerged advocating forgiveness and
reconciliation. In a country where ethnic
violence has created seemingly irreparable rifts among Tutsis,
Hutus and other Congolese, this remarkable woman is a vital voice
in her beleaguered nation's search for peace.
As always the Mile One Eatery will be hosting the Movie
Night deal before the screening. Pop on over to the Mile
One for a burger and wedges before the film for only $10.
The film will be screened inside the Pemberton Library
beginning at 7PM. The screening is FREE to watch.
Check out the trailer for the film
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1 Only 20 minutes
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