Smile Pinki is a documentary short about Pinki Sonkar — a six-year-old girl living with a severe cleft lip in one of the poorest areas of India. One day, a social worker from a Smile Train partner hospital came to her village and told her family about Smile Train’s free cleft surgery program. Pinki’s remarkable journey to receive cleft surgery, documented in the movie, led to the 2008 Oscar® win.
Fill out our hosting registration form to receive both a DVD and a link to an online version of the film, as well as digital resources including a poster, screening toolkit, and a special video message from Pinki.
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Bring Smile Pinki to community centers, schools, churches, libraries, universities, hospitals, offices and more! You can collect funds at your screening to provide new smiles to children just like Pinki.
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