Host a Screening of Fighting For Family!

Help us spread awareness of the deportations of Southeast Asian. refugees, fundraise to #BringChuhHome, and advocate for policies that will work to #EndDeportation by hosting your own screening of Fighting For Family!


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the film about?FIGHTING FOR FAMILY captures the love story between a young family from the indigenous tribes of Vietnam who faces countless challenges, yet continues to be hopeful, resilient, and joyful. FIGHTING FOR FAMILY discusses the U.S. imperialist war machine and the intergenerational harm that it inflicts, from the refugee flight to the school to prison to deportation pipeline, but also highlights the power of resilience and community resistance.
The film has already been screened at dozens of community organizations, college classrooms, churches, and film festivals, and won the Loni Ding Award for Social Justice Documentary in 2020.
Why should I host a screening?Hosting a screening of Fighting For Family sparks a dialogue about war, indigenous rights, incarceration, and deportation. Screenings help raise awareness and mobilize to address these issues. Each event helps us #BringChuhHome and #EndDeportation.
How do I host a screening?Fill out our interest form at here with more information about your event and we’ll get back to you with more information such as a link to stream the film and a screening toolkit with sample activities!
Who can host a screening?ANYONE! Host a screening for your student group, community group, classroom, workplace, church, etc.!
Does it cost money?If you are repping an institution with a lot of wealth such as a university, corporation, or big-budget nonprofit, we ask that you pay a screening fee (which will be redistributed directly to the family in the film and ongoing efforts to end deportations). If you do not have a budget, it will be free for you to screen the film.
How much work is it to host a screening?We will provide you with a screening toolkit that has templates for promotional materials, sample discussion questions, sample activities to do before and after the film screening, as well as calls to action that the audience can do to address the issues in the film. Your responsibility will be to invite guests, host the event (whether it’s online or in person), and facilitate the space (which should be easy with our sample materials!).
Can I preview the screening toolkit?Yes! Check it out here.
I still have questions!Email us at

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