On October 28-29, join the Peery Film Festival featuring five films that showcase daring people from all corners of the globe who, against all odds, are successfully alleviating poverty and illness, combating unemployment and violence, and bringing education, light, opportunity and freedom to poor and marginalized people around the world.
- – The Abolitionists
- – Every Last Child
- – Most Likely to Succeed
- – Poverty, Inc.
- – Unfortunate Brothers: Korea’s Reunification Project
- – Breaking the Glass Ceiling
The event will also include the annual Changemaker Fair where individuals discover how they can use their skill-sets to create impactful change in the world!
Attendees will have the opportunity to watch one or multiple films free of cost.
The film festival is a joint effort between the BYU’s Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance, Kennedy Center for International Studies, College of Life Sciences, Laycock Center, Peery Social Entrepreneurship Program and the Anti-Human Trafficking Club.
When: October 28-29, 5-10 p.m.
Where: WSC (Wilkinson Center)