Peace By Chocolate
When their factory is bombed, a Syrian family flees Damascus and spends three years living as refugees. Eventually arriving in snow-covered rural Nova Scotia, the family must adapt to unfamiliar surroundings. With the help of some friendly locals (and to the chagrin of others), the family begins to rebuild their chocolate business and their lives. This heartwarming story of perseverance and human connection in the face of insurmountable odds is based on Tareq Hadhad’s real-life story.
Screenings & Events
Tue, Jun 28 @ 6:30pm CDT
at Chicago History Museum, 1601 N Clark St, Chicago
Free tickets available to claim starting June 13 or available at the door (subject to availability).
In-person post-screening discussion with director Jonathan Keijser moderated by film critic Lee Shoquist.
Post-screening discussion presented by: