You can see the Lebanese film ‘Capernaum’ within the Mental Health Festival, implemented by the Centre for Family Accommodation and Adoption in Novi Sad, in the Egység Cultural Station on 14 October at 7 p.m. After the screening, there is a discussion about the screening itself.
‘Capernaum’ is about the life of Zain, a Lebanese boy who sues his parents for neglect. The film follows Zain on his way from the streets to a hardened twelve-year-old ‘man’ who runs away from his careless parents and survives thanks to his common sense. He takes care of the Ethiopian Rahil and her son Yonas, ends up in prison for a serious crime, and finally, seeks justice in court.
Jovana Gvozdenović, a psychologist and foster care counselor at the Centre for Family Accommodation and Adoption in Novi Sad, and Bojana Tankosić, a psychologist and a specialist in child rights, will speak at the discussion at 9 p.m.
Due to the limited number of places, it is necessary to reserve your seat via [email protected].
You can follow the discussion about the screening on the Centre for Family Accommodation and Adoption in Novi Sad Facebook page.