Award Winning Short Film
Start hard conversations with art.
The testimony Andrew presented in his documentary “Identity”  resonated with our students and sparked engaging dialogue that inspired and motivated them.
Bekki Price
Director of Dance | College of Media & Arts
Grand Canyon University
Whether defined by race, gender, ethnicity, or economic standing, we are continually grappling with the question, "Who am I?" Indeed, identity is at the center of many of the conversations in our current cultural moment. These conversations can be hard to start and more difficult to continue.

Personal stories and the media of film are great ways to enter into the hard conversations and begin constructive dialogue. Identity: The Andrew Nemr Story is designed to do just that. Hosting a screening of the film is a great way for group leaders to facilitate difficult, yet necessary, conversations with greater ease.

Perfect for clubs, small groups, community gatherings, and classes. Leaders can use Identity: The Andrew Nemr Story – and supplemental material – to start important and constructive conversations about how we think about who we are.
Three Ways to Host Identity
Just the Film
Host the film, for small and large gatherings. Screen the movie and supplemental materials of your choosing for a public event, small gathering, or private screening.
Film + Andrew (Virtual)
Great for small groups. Give your participants a live Q&A with Andrew without incurring the cost of an in-person visit. Screen the film, and host an online Q&A with your audience from anywhere in the world.
Film + Andrew (In-person)
Great for larger gatherings. There is something magical when the person on the screen shows up in real life, and the Q&A is in-person and interactive. Consider additional programming like Identity: LIVE and workshops.
Pricing and availability vary. Inquire to receive details.
The film opened up powerful opportunities to discuss experiences of being bullied, as well as how our identity is profoundly shaped by who God says we are in Him.
Christopher McNerney
Pastor and Youth Group Leader
Bonus Material
Hosts gain access to additional materials to help guide their groups. These can include:

  • Prerecorded Q&A with Andrew and Jonathan Cipiti, with Craig Detweiler
  • Prerecorded Q&A with Andrew and Jonathan Cipiti
  • Prerecorded theological reflection by Makoto Fujimura

Book additional programming to add to your participants' experience. Consider Identity: LIVE for a performance element and the Values and Identity Exploration Workshop (VIEW) to go even deeper with your gathering.
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