Any Day Now

Dir. Hamy Ramezan | 81 min
Narrative Finland 2020
EnglishPersianFinnish with English subtitles

13 year old Ramin Mehdipour and his Iranian family have been living in a refugee centre in Finland. Just as Ramin starts to enjoy the school holidays, the family receives the terrible news their asylum application has been denied. The Mehdipours file a final appeal, and they continue with their everyday lives, trying to keep a positive attitude despite the looming danger of deportation. As Ramin starts the new school year, every moment, every friendship will be more precious than ever.

Preceded by the short film Tonewood.

Presented as part of the 2022 Immigration Film Fest, in partnership with JxJ and the Morris Cafritz Center for Social Responsibility.





Saturday, October 156:00 PM Cafritz Hall

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