Sensible Cinema: 1) Mother, Daughter, Sister 2) Sittwe

September 18, 2020 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Online via Zoom
This month’s Sensible Cinema film is a combination of a UUSF Art Show by the Art Committee and two short films by Sensible Cinema, with discussion on Friday, September 18.  
The focus is the Rohingya people of Myanmar and the genocidal disaster perpetrated by the Myanmar military/ government.  
  • The UUSF Art Show is on-going through October 10 
  • The Sensible Cinema films have links for your viewing below.  We will also feature the film maker and producer as speakers about the making of these films on the film discussion evening (Sept. 18). 
  • See the official flyer attached and a “Reminder” will be sent out later in September.
  • Here’s the Zoom discussion link for film discussion:

Virtual Art Show with Sensible Cinema

The Rohingya:  On the Edge of Existence

Art Show starts Thursday, September 3, runs through October 10

Link to Art Show:

Photographer Chris Beale’s Web Site:

Sensible Cinema

Sponsored by the UUSF Social Justice Council

Friday, September 18, 6:30pm

Virtual Film Discussion Gathering via Zoom


These are two short films revolving around the lives of Rohingya, Rakhine and Kachin people in Myanmar (Burma) and the gross mistreatment they have endured by the Burmese military.   The filmmaker, Jeanne Hallacy, and producer, Gregg Butensky will be with us for discussion. 

Click on film title to view film – Use uusf415 as password for both films.

      1.)     Mother, Daughter, Sister

2.)     Sittwe
If there are any questions please contact:  Larry Danos, 415-722-6480
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