“Film Premier “Viva Kino!” – Tucson, Arizona Showing. Free & All Invited. Saturday Evening March 17, 2018 at 7 pm. Gramer Hall, 1946 East Adams St. – building east of Saints Peter & Paul School.
“”Viva Kino!” presents how Padre Eusebio Kino’s work 300 years ago for human dignity and peace continues to live on through the friendships and humanitarian efforts of the people living on both sides of the Border Wall. In Italian with English and Spanish subtitles.
The award winning Italian film company Aurora Vision traveled last May to today’s Borderlands of Sonora and Arizona to film on location. Director Lia Giovanazzi Beltrami and producer Andrea Morghen travel from Italy to introduce the film.
For more information contact Kino Heritage Society at firstname.lastname@example.org
The film’s full title is “Viva Kino! Attraverso Deserti senza frontiere tra Messico e Stati Uniti” with Italian narration with English and Spanish subtitles.
Aurora Vision’s documentaries and other films tell stories of people of goodwill around the world who are creating peace, social justice and hope. Many films show people of different religious traditions and their promotion of understanding and human solidarity. Other Aurora productions include documenting the lives of a Olympic gold medalists, a 16th century samurai and Alpine mountain climbers.
Following day – Special Borderlands Showing – Nogales, Arizona. Sunday Afternoon March 18, 2018 at 1 pm, Gymnasium, Lourdes Catholic School, 555 E Patagonia Highway Nogales, Arizona
All international tour showings; Trent, Italy (March 6); Tucson, Arizona, U.S. (March 17); Nogales (March 18), Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico (March 20).”