“Conversations with Tenaz Dubash.”
On April 27th, World Zoroastrian Chamber of Commerce and the Zoroastrian Association of Greater New York are co-sponsoring “Conversations with Tenaz Dubash.”
Please join us for a screening of Tenaz Dubash’s documentary film, “Crisis in Faith: Zoroastrians Today.” The film will be followed by a brief question and answer session along with some insights on how Tenaz started her career.
Sunday, April 27th, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Anthology Film Archives
32, 2nd Avenue (at the intersection of second avenue and second street) in lower Manhattan (parking on the street is free on Sundays)
New York, NY 10003 USA
Telephone: (212) 505-5181
Q&A, Raffle and DVD sales to follow.
Please rsvp to Shaun Mirza so we can get a pre-count of how many people we have attending. Shaun can be contacted at Shaun_Mirza@Countrywide.Com
Tickets will be sold for $10 at the door on the day of event starting at 2:00pm sharp.
If you would like to explore some of the restaurants in the neighborhood either before or after the film, we reccommend Lil Frankies and Boca Chica. Menus for both can be found on menupages.com or citysearch.com.
“Crisis in Faith: Zoroastrians Today” is a personal journey about an American Zoroastrian filmmaker’s quest for the truth around the controversies facing followers of her faith today, focusing on the dwindling number of Zoroastrians worldwide and the treatment of Zoroastrians as a religious minority in Iran. The film was shot in Boston, Chicago, Iran, India, New York, and Vancouver.
Clips of the film have been shown on CNN International. It has been screened at Harvard University in April 2008 and was mentioned in the New York Times.
For more information, please visit: www.tenazdubash.com