Scott Ellis 8:30 a.m., July 30
Camel racing, often called the Sport of the Kings is one of the most popular sports in the Middle East, particularly in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar. Thousands of boys, some as young as two years old have been trafficked or sold by their parents from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mauritania, and Sudan to work as camel jockeys. This film presents the voices of these repatriated children, along with heartrending images and photography, graphically illustrating the situation these children face from the trauma of abuse, and the emotional scars that persist. Free screening on May 24. Part of the Frequency Film Festival. 800-838-3006.
- Cost: Free - $10