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Father Figure Book Launch with Zun Lee
Join photographer Zun Lee and some of the families and fathers he worked with for the Father Figure Book Launch at the Bronx Documentary Center, on Friday, September 19, 6-9pm. Book signing, conversation and food!
Free and welcome to all. Spread the word on FB
Learn more about Father Figure: http://www.zunlee.com/fatherfigure

Father Figure Book Launch with Zun Lee

Join photographer Zun Lee and some of the families and fathers he worked with for the Father Figure Book Launch at the Bronx Documentary Center, on Friday, September 19, 6-9pm. 

Book signing, conversation and food!

Free and welcome to all. 
Spread the word on FB

Learn more about Father Figure: http://www.zunlee.com/fatherfigure

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Tonight’s fundraiser for James Foley and screening of First to Fall is nearly sold out, if you do not have a ticket you may be turned away. Thank you for your understanding. Tickets available here: bronxdoc.org/foley

Tonight’s fundraiser for James Foley and screening of First to Fall is nearly sold out, if you do not have a ticket you may be turned away. Thank you for your understanding. Tickets available here: bronxdoc.org/foley

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The BDC recommends that you purchase an advance ticket for tomorrow night’s James Foley fundraiser and screening of First to Fall. Available here: http://bronxdoc.org/foley 
If you do not purchase a ticket in advance, we cannot guarantee entry for this important event. Thanks for your understanding. 

Mike Kamber, Director

The BDC recommends that you purchase an advance ticket for tomorrow night’s James Foley fundraiser and screening of First to Fall. Available here: http://bronxdoc.org/foley 

If you do not purchase a ticket in advance, we cannot guarantee entry for this important event. Thanks for your understanding. 

Mike Kamber, Director

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Bronx X Bronx Exhibition ReceptionTomorrow! Friday, Sept. 5, 6:00 - 9:00PMFree and open to the publicphoto: A young boy waits for his daddy at the Barbershop at E 187th and Hoffman Street, the Bronx. 2010. © Chantal Heijnen

Bronx X Bronx 
Exhibition Reception
Tomorrow! Friday, Sept. 5, 6:00 - 9:00PM
Free and open to the public

photo: A young boy waits for his daddy at the Barbershop at E 187th and Hoffman Street, the Bronx. 2010. © Chantal Heijnen

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Fundraiser for James Foley:Screening of First to Fall and Q+ASaturday, September 6, 8:15 PMThe Bronx Documentary Center family and RISC (Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues) are devastated by the loss of James Foley, who was killed this week in Syria by his captors. James had attended the RISC course at the BDC; he was a friend to many of us here.On Sept. 6th at 8:15pm, the BDC will host a fundraiser to honor his memory. Rachel Beth Anderson and Tim Grucza, RISC colleagues of James, will show their film First to Fall. All proceeds will go to honoring James Foley’s memory as his family finds appropriate.ABOUT THE FILMAn intimate story of friendship, sacrifice and the madness of war. It bears witness to the irreversible transformation of two friends, Tarek and Hamid, and the price they pay for their conviction. Q&A with director Rachel Beth Anderson and co-director Tim Grucza. Moderated by Lydia Polgreen The New York Times Deputy International Editor.Suggested donation $20, $10 for Bronx residents, children 18 and under free.Purchase tickets or donate here.FOR MORE INFORMATIONVisit www.bronxdoc.org/events image credit: Nicole Tung/freejamesfoley.org 

Fundraiser for James Foley:
Screening of First to Fall and Q+A
Saturday, September 6, 8:15 PM




The Bronx Documentary Center family and RISC (Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues) are devastated by the loss of James Foley, who was killed this week in Syria by his captors. James had attended the RISC course at the BDC; he was a friend to many of us here.

On Sept. 6th at 8:15pm, the BDC will host a fundraiser to honor his memory. Rachel Beth Anderson and Tim Grucza, RISC colleagues of James, will show their film First to Fall. All proceeds will go to honoring James Foley’s memory as his family finds appropriate.

ABOUT THE FILM
An intimate story of friendship, sacrifice and the madness of war. It bears witness to the irreversible transformation of two friends, Tarek and Hamid, and the price they pay for their conviction. Q&A with director Rachel Beth Anderson and co-director Tim Grucza. Moderated by 
Lydia Polgreen The New York Times Deputy International Editor.

Suggested donation $20, $10 for Bronx residents, children 18 and under free.
Purchase tickets or donate here.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Visit 
www.bronxdoc.org/events 

image credit: Nicole Tung/freejamesfoley.org