Ontario Premiere of ABU + Q&A with Director Arshad Khan | Sept 30 at OWFF 2017

In ABU, gay-identifying Pakistani-Muslim filmmaker Arshad Khan examines his relationship with his devout Muslim father in a courageous exploration of family, migration, love and religion, from Lahore to Mississauga. Through a tapestry of narratives composed of family footage, observation, and classic Bollywood…

Saturday Oct 1 (Afternoon): Justice for Migrant Workers in Canada and Dominicans of Haitian Ancestry at OWFF 2016

One World Arts partners with Inter Pares for a special presentation of the documentary Migrant Dreams and a panel discussion on justice for migrant workers, with director Min Sook Lee, Chris Ramsaroop (Justicia for Migrant Workers) and migrant workers, on October 1st…

OWFF is back this week with 4 days of Docs & Talks on Global Issues | Sept 29 to Oct 2 in Ottawa

Ottawa’s annual One World Film Festival is back, September 29th to October 2nd, with a program featuring 16 thought-provoking Canadian and international documentaries, 7 talks, and other engaging activities that will inspire you to learn more take action on human rights, social…

OWFF 2016 highlights the Syrian refugee crisis, indigenous rights, justice for migrant workers, struggles for equality, democratic participation and more

The 27th Annual One World Film Festival is back this September with a program packed with a range of thought-provoking Canadian and international documentaries, panel discussions, and Q&As with filmmakers that will inspire audiences to learn more take action on a range…