Thank You For the Rain + Q&A – Afrika Eye
Bringing sharply into focus the dramatic effects of climate change on Kenyan farmer Kisulu’s family and his village, this story unfolds as Kisulu transforms into community leader and activist on the global stage. Addressing issues of climate change, justice, gender equality and climate refugees, this is compelling evidence of how the climate emergency is affecting the most vulnerable in society.
“It not only gives us a face from the frontline of the fight against climate change, it also allows them to speak in their own words.” – VultureHound, 2017
The Curzon is happy to be teaming up with Afrika Eye festival to bring you this special one off screening. This screening will be followed by speakers on the topics of climate change and African cinema, still to be confirmed.
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Run Time: 117 minutes