CROSSINGS national broadcast on July 23rd
The film, by Emmy-winning filmmaker Deann Borshay Liem, follows 30 women peace activists from around the world who crossed the DMZ from North to South Korea, calling for peace on the Korean Peninsula. The screening, which is being presented in partnership with the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), will be available to watch here on July 23rd.
To help amplify the national screening and educate our friends and family, Women Cross DMZ and Mu Films are organizing 70 watch parties nationwide during a special pre-broadcast streaming event on Saturday, July 22, at 8pm ET. Please sign up as a host, invite your friends, and join us! Mu Films has a special planning guide (including some Korean recipes!) to help you set the scene and inspire a lively discussion.
To date, we have screened Crossings over 75 times to thousands of people around the world. At each screening, participants consistently tell us that this film provides important context about the Korean War and that they are inspired by our activism and organizing. While it is a herculean effort to end a more than 70-year war, we know that the more people who are educated about this issue, the more support we will gain to finally end the Korean War.
We hope to see you at a watch party on July 22!