A father with his younger son moves to Canada along with his family to live with his Canadian son and his family. Instead of adopting Canadian Culture, They started imposing their own way of living. The problems start when the culture of both family collides.
Parental Guidance is highly recommended for this session, due to possible language and mature subjectivity of the films in this session.
Including the following short film…
Sarbat Da Bhala
Sarbat da Bhala (blessings for all) takes on new meaning through the selfless work of Manjinder Singh. Though now based in the US, Manjinder has been tirelessly providing meals to the underprivileged across seventeen locations in his native Punjab for years. Every day, his organization prepares and delivers over 50,000 cooked meals, dispatching mini-trucks to hospitals and shelters in need. For over a decade, these mobile kitchens have arrived 365 days a year, 24/7, powered by Manjinder’s passion and volunteers who cook through the night. The documentary showcases how one man’s service knows no borders or bounds, uplifting those facing hardship – from the sick and elderly to victims of disasters.
These films will be screening in Theater 1.
The theater is located at:
The Frida Theater 305 E 4th St #100 Santa Ana, CA 92701 Phone: (714) 285-9422