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On Thursday, March 25th, the CMU IFF emulated our in-person festival event by hosting a screening followed by a free Live Discussion on Zoom with a panel of experts and advocates for refugees' rights that discussed the film and the issues it addresses. We also held an exclusive interview with director Ai Weiwei. You can watch the full interview here.


Meet the panel of experts who were at the live discussion:

 

Noorulhaq Fazly: Bachelor in Law and Political Science from Herat University. He came to the U.S. from Afghanistan in 2016 as part of the Special Immigrant Visa program and was resettled in Pittsburgh. Noorulhaq currently assists refugees with job placement and retention at Jewish Family and Community Services.


Leslie Aizenman: Director of Refugee and Immigrant Services at Jewish Family and Community Services. Leslie also holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management from the University of Pittsburgh and a BS in Communications from Boston University.


Will Zavala: Filmmaker and film instructor at the University of Pittsburgh. He directs the Documentary Salon, a monthly film society founded in 2006. Will also holds a BA in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz, and an MA in Communication from Stanford University.


Louis Picard: Professor in the Division of International Development, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. He has served as a consultant to entities like the World Bank, the United Nations Development Program, and the U.S. Department of State.

Meet the panel of experts who were at the live discussion:

 

Noorulhaq Fazly: Bachelor in Law and Political Science from Herat University. He came to the U.S. from Afghanistan in 2016 as part of the Special Immigrant Visa program and was resettled in Pittsburgh. Noorulhaq currently assists refugees with job placement and retention at Jewish Family and Community Services.


Leslie Aizenman: Director of Refugee and Immigrant Services at Jewish Family and Community Services. Leslie also holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management from the University of Pittsburgh and a BS in Communications from Boston University.


Will Zavala: Filmmaker and film instructor at the University of Pittsburgh. He directs the Documentary Salon, a monthly film society founded in 2006. Will also holds a BA in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz, and an MA in Communication from Stanford University.


Louis Picard: Professor in the Division of International Development, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. He has served as a consultant to entities like the World Bank, the United Nations Development Program, and the U.S. Department of State.