When Dian was six, an earthquake, set off by natural gas drilling, sent a tsunami of mud hurtling towards her village. Ten years later, people in her community still seek reparation from the powerful mining company responsible for the damage. This portrait of a teenager finding her political voice offers a rousing tribute to youth activism and to the role of education in empowering young women.
The film will be followed by a discussion and Q&A.
book via belmontfilmhouse.com or phone the booking line on 01224343500
£10.50 / £8.50 concessions
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