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VOLS & Milk Studios present 4 Stories for New York by Hugo Arturi

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Thank you very much for helping us share a message about the positive impact of immigrants in New York City. Your contribution will help us cover the cost of this event and plan for more screenings in the city to share these stories with other students through our partnership with NYC public schools.

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SVA Theatre

333 West 23rd Street

New York, NY 10011

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Thank you very much for helping us share a message about the positive impact of immigrants in New York City. Your contribution will help us cover the cost of this event and plan for more screenings in the city to share these stories with other students through our partnership with NYC public schools.
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This October 4th VOLS's Immigration Project will host the premier of Hugo Arturi's short documentary film 4 Stories for New York.

This is a celebration! The film, created by an incredible volunteer effort led by Hugo and Milk Studios, highlights thriving immigrant youth and the importance of having access to free legal services. After the screening, there will be a short Q&A with Hugo, Liz Markuci, Director of VOLS' Immigration Project and the protagonists: Lubna, Gustavo, Fabio and Teonia. Sharing positive stories about who we are as a city and country is more important now than ever. We hope that our partners, funders, volunteers will join us to see this film and to firmly restate our unconditional support to the immigrant community.


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How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

We would love to hear from you. Please e-mail us at 4StoriesforNY@volsprobono.org

Can I buy tickets at the venue?

Yes, but we strongly encourage you to buy tickets online in advance so that we know how many people are coming. If you plan to buy tickets at the screening, please email us to let us know in advance. We have allocated 35 free tickets for students, former clients, and people who can't afford the $20 ticket price. Please e-mail us in advance if you would like to use this option.

What's the refund policy?

We can't offer refunds, but if you can't come, we encourage you to give your ticket to a friend. The money from your ticket will help us cover the cost of the event, and any extra money we make will help us do more outreach and show the documentary in high schools all over the city.

What time does the documentary start?

Doors open at 6:30pm and the screening starts at 7:00pm sharp. Please arrive before 7 so that we can start the film on time. There will be popcorn and beverages available!

How long is the documentary?

The documentary is 30 minutes long, after which we'll have a short Q&A

Will there be any food?

Yes! We are very grateful for Nuchas Empanadas ' support.

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SVA Theatre

333 West 23rd Street

New York, NY 10011

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