Indie Lens Pop-Up Film Screening Series

Feature Film: A Town Called Victoria

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A Town Called Victoria - October 26, 2023

Film by Li Lu
A mosque in South Texas erupts in flames. After the cameras turn away and the narrative slips from the headlines, the town of Victoria must overcome its age-old political, racial, and economic divides, and begin the hard work of changing itself for the better.


After the film, we will have a brief discussion moderated by Dr. Farah Choudry. Farah Choudhry earned her degree in medicine at the Fatimah Jinnah Medical University in Lahore, Pakistan. She has been a board-certified doctor of Pediatric and Adolescent medicine for the last 23 years here in CT. She did her pediatric residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital and has practice medicine in the Waterbury-Middlebury area since 1998. She is married with three adult children. She enjoys gardening, outdoor activities, and working to benefit the community.

Learn more about the Muslim Coalition of Connecticut.

The film runs approximately 1 hour with a 20-minute post-film discussion. 

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