Darfur Film Comes to Newport Beach

Refrigerators across the US are lined with the drawings of children – suns, flowers, rainbows, clouds, birds, and so on. Imagine if these drawings were replaced by pictures created by the children of Darfur. What would change?

There would be no suns, flowers, or rainbows. Rather, Darfur’s children draw what they see – war, violence, pain, and suffering.

Crayons and Paper, a documentary about the Darfur conflict’s impact on the children of the region told through their art, will be shown at this year’s Newport Beach Film Festival on April 30th.

Click here to learn more and to buy tickets.

“Innocence is the first casualty of war.”

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About Kristen
"peace happens when the love for power is overcome by the power of love"

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