© 2022 KVPR | Valley Public Radio - White Ash Broadcasting, Inc. :: 89.3 Fresno / 89.1 Bakersfield
NPR For Central California
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations
Arts & Culture

UC Merced Professor's Documentary About Refugee Family Screens Internationally

songs_that_never_end.jpg
Yehuda Sharim
/
Siblings Ali and Hana Dayan as featured in the film "Songs That Never End"

A 2019 documentary that was directed and produced by UC Merced global arts professor Yehuda Sharim will be screened internationally over the next few weeks. The film, titled “Songs That Never End,” explores the displacement and struggle of new refugees through the eyes of two young siblings who immigrated to Houston from Iran with their family. Valley Edition Host Kathleen Schock spoke to Sharim about the project and the family featured in the film.  

Related Content