On behalf of the entire Jayu team, we would love to extend the biggest thank you we possibly can to everyone who helped make this year’s festival possible. We’re still so overwhelmed with joy.
Join us for an intimate conversation with Lucia Jang and learn firsthand of Lucia’s incredible story growing up and escaping from North Korea. A great opportunity to learn more about Lucia’s new book (written by Susan McClelland), Stars Between the Sun and Moon: One Woman’s Life in North Korea and Escape to Freedom – Born in […]
FANDRY Tue Nov 11 @ 8:30pm, AGO Jackman Hall (317 Dundas St W) SYNOPSIS: Jabya wants to break free of his stature in life and express his feelings for his classmate Shalu. On the surface, Fandry is a heartbreaking coming-of-age story; but what emerges is a searing indictment of India’s caste system that culminates in a climatic ending […]
Since our first year of operation as the North Korean Human Rights Film Festival in 2012, we at Jayu have had the honour of working with HanVoice. The Toronto-based organization helps resettle North Korean refugees in Canada and advocates for improved human rights in North Korea. HanVoice has partnered with Jayu several times, co-presenting the […]