This year’s Socially Relevant Film Festival in New York opens with the Dutch film Shabu, directed by Shamira Raphaëla. There will be a post screening Q&A with the filmmaker and Shabu himself.
About Shabu, directed by Shamira Raphaëla
Fourteen-year-old Shabu is a good-natured, creative, and street-smart boy from the south of Rotterdam. When he wrecks his grandmother’s car on a joyride, his whole family is angry with him. He has a summer to make amends before his grandmother returns from a vacation in Suriname. He then spends a summer trying to make money for the car while pursuing his passion: making music.
After the Q&A, a reception follows for VIP ticket holders and invited guests.
About the Socially Relevant Film Festival
SR Socially Relevant™ Film Festival New York is a film festival that focuses on socially relevant film content, andhuman interest stories that raise awareness to social problems and offer positive solutions through the powerfulmedium of cinema. SR believes that through raised awareness, expanded knowledge about diverse cultures, andthe human condition as a whole, it is possible to create a better world free of violence, hate, and crime.
Find the festival schedule and tickets here.