$5 for one general admission ticket to a film screening (up to $9.99 value). Choose from the following options:
- I Imagine Shorts at 5 p.m.
- 7 Days in Syria at 7:30 p.m.
- Slave to Chocolate at 9:15 p.m.
$10 for one Festival Pass to all three film blocks (up to $19.99 value)
The I Imagine Film Festival
Built on the premise that success can be measured not by the money they make but the change they create, the I Imagine Film Festival spotlights the movies that tell stories of social and environmental progress—scheduled not coincidentally at the same time as the United Nations General Assembly.
- I Imagine Shorts: these shorts take audiences from Rwanda, where survivors rebuild 20 years out from the genocide, to Israel, where a soldier is torn between his duty and his love of music, to the kitchens of San Diego County
- 7 Days in Syria: when Newsweek Middle East editor Janine di Giovanni was denied her request to cover the war in Syria, she decided to go on her own, without support. She and her team meet doctors, construction workers, and the young, most imperiled citizens.
- Slave to Chocolate: director Adam Radly discovered a horrifying underbelly to the chocolate industry while in Mali when he interviewed several children who had been abducted and forced to work on those farms.