Our ‘Rise and Dream’ Kansas City premiere is set for 7 p.m. Saturday, June 30, at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Mo.
The doors open at 6:15 p.m., and a dessert reception will follow. We hope to see you there!
Tickets are now available at www.hopeforafamily.org/tickets.
Although the premiere is free, we ask that you reserve tickets as soon as possible so we know how many people will be attending.
As just a taste of the great things to come, we’d like to share this Q-and-A with Paul Pearce, the film’s executive producer and CFCA’s director of global strategy.
What was the inspiration behind making “Rise and Dream?”
The idea was to capture how people living in poverty can be an inspiration for the rest of the world, through their perseverance and hope despite their daily survival struggles.
Many times people living in poverty are treated as if they are in a great abyss, with nothing but their need to offer the rest of the world.
We wanted to make a film that dispelled this myth. We wanted to challenge ourselves and others to truly give the poor a voice ó to give them the microphone for once and let them share what they think and feel. Read more