The new and controversial documentary Iranium which has sparked controversy Nation-wide is making its way to Toronto. Amidst threats to the screening, the York University Administration is doing everything in its power to stand by its commitment of safety for all its students and for open and peaceful debate. As such, the screening of Iranium has changed locations from Curtis Lecture Hall A to Computer Science and Engineering A (CSE A).
Time has changed from 4:30pm to 5:45pm.
Where: Computer Science Engineering (CSE) A, York U
When: Doors open 5:45pm, this coming Thursday February 10th
Tickets can be purchased in Vari Hall tomorrow and Thursday as well as at the door.
Cost: $2 for York Students, $10 for non-York Students
space is limited
Special guests Michael Mostyn and Mark Adler will be addressing the crowd
Iranium is a documentary film that explores the Iranian nuclear program as it pertains to perceived strategic threats against the West, and Islamic fundamentalism in Iran.
Featuring footage with Iranian leaders and interviews with 25 leading politicians, dissidents, and researchers, the film discusses the Iranian nuclear program, Middle East policy, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation. Beginning with the Islamic revolution, the film documents the creation of the Iranian nuclear program and development of what it claims is “Iran’s nuclear threat.”
Sponsored by: Hasbara at York, Hasbara Fellowships, York Campus Conservatives, Iran Human Rights Activists at York U, Jewish Law Students Association
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