Fresh Voice’s ‘My Mother’s Home’ film celebrating migration, motherhood, and diversity is being screened this Thursday night at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival!
Each year VAFF attracts close to 4,000 audience members over its four-day festival and year-round events. It also reaches many more through word of mouth, pre-festival events, and traditional and social media throughout the year. VAFF is the longest running Asian film festival in Canada!
Our Fresh Voices film joins others in a series of short videos created as part of the “We Heart Canada” project celebrating Canada 150 and Vancouver’s diverse immigrant experience.
Find out more about the Vancouver Asian Film Festival – we’d love to see you there!
November 2, 2017 - 6.15pm
88 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC, V6B 6N9
10 years after arriving in Canada, immigrants still face poverty rates twice as high as Canadian-born people. It takes 20 years for the poverty rates of immigrants to equalize with the poverty rates of persons born in Canada.