All of Us is the documentary film by Pierre Pirard which explores the realities of citizens who, despite their differences, have built bridges and communities around living and ‘doing’ together. Audiences are invited to look at glimpses of 8 lives from all over the world, from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Senegal, from Indonesia to Lebanon via the United States and discover a multitude of ways in which people are connecting with each other, building bridges and communities across differences.
The worldwide release and streaming is planned for 16th May, the International Day of Living Together. Pierre invites teachers to watch the documentary in their classrooms to spark discussions about a series of issues from cultural identity to citizenship engagement, intercultural relations and human rights.
On 28 March, 16:00 – 17:00 CET, Pierre Pirard is hosting a webinar to talk to teachers about best approaching the film from an educational point of view. Don’t miss a chance to participate, sign up now at https://bit.ly/allofuswebinar. For more information on the educational content of the documentary and how to use it in the classroom, visit https://bit.ly/allofusedu.
Watch the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KfMhOYRJ5U.
Get to know more about the Documentary: https://en.noustous-lefilm.be/.