Persepolis (2006)


An ATL Nights for Non-profits event | Benefitting Breakfast all Day Collective



Friday, May 19 – PERSEPOLIS | Doors 7:30, Movie 8:00, PG-13,
$5 – all ticket sales benefit Breakfast All Day Collective

Persepolis, an American-Iranian-French film based on the semi autobiographical graphic novel by Marjan Satrapi.



Dedicated to the people of Iran, PERSEPOLIS is a story of one woman’s struggle against oppression, a poignant coming-of-age story of a precocious and outspoken young Iranian girl that begins during the Islamic Revolution.
The film explores themes of identity, culture, politics and love from the perspective of an Iranian woman.



Winner of the Jury prize at Cannes in 2007.



Breakfast All Day Collective, a 501(c)3 nonprofit – A DreamMaker of the Ink People Center for the Arts, runs and facilitates a volunteer-run arts center for the community in Arcata, CA. Breakfast All Day Collective focuses on community building, youth empowerment, & promotion of understanding societies varying forms of oppression through education and creative expression.