Their Eyes Were Dry...
Part of the 3rd Annual Free Thinking Film Festival
Their Eyes Were Dry
November 4, 2012, 3:15 Pm
Library & Archives Canada, Room 156
395 Wellington, Ottawa
Admission: $12 or with Festival Pass.
The riveting and heart-wrenching account of the 1974 Ma’alot Massacre, in which disguised terrorists took more than 100 students hostage in an Israeli school building. All the teachers escaped, leaving the helpless children to face the terrorists on their own. Their Eyes Were Dry documents the birth of terrorism against children and more importantly celebrates the courage and heroism of children around the world.
"Powerful....tells the story as no one has told it before."
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Festival Passes are now available from Compact Music (785 Bank, 190 Bank), Collected Works (1242 Wellington), and Ottawa Festivals (47 William).