Feature Competition

Surviving Progress

Canada  2011 | Mathieu Roy and Harold Crooks | 86 min | DOC

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_SurvivingProgress_web.jpgSurviving Progress presents the story of human advancement as awe-inspiring and double-edged. It reveals the grave risk of running the 21st century’s software — our know-how — on the ancient hardware of our primate brain which hasn’t been upgraded in 50,000 years. With rich imagery and immersive soundtrack, filmmakers Mathieu Roy and Harold Crooks launch us on journey to contemplate our evolution from cave-dwellers to space explorers. With intersecting stories from a Chinese car-driving club, a Wall Street insider who exposes an out-of-control, environmentally rapacious financial elite, and eco-cops defending a scorched Amazon, the film lays stark evidence before us. In the past, we could use up a region’s resources and move on. But if today’s global civilization collapses from over-consumption, that’s it. We have no back-up planet.

Cinemambiente 2012, Italia – FIFE 2012, France – Green Film Festival, Seoul, 2012 + more than 30 festival worldwide

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tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  http://survivingprogress.com

 Screening followed by Q&A with director Harold Crooks

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

Dust: the Great Asbestos Trial

Italia 2011 | Niccolò Bruna and Andrea Prandstraller | 85min | DOC 

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_Polvere_web.jpgThe film follows the first months of the trial against the major stockholders of Eternit, which ended in February 2012, with a heavy sentence for the defendants, weaving personal stories of everyday heroes of our time with bitter realization that asbestos use is increasing around the world.

Menção Especial e Premio Subti, Cinemambiente 2011 – Premio Parco Colli Euganei, Euganea Film Festival 2011
3 Menções Especiais - FIDRA - Festival Internazionale del reportage ambientale 2011

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 Screening followed by Q&A with director Niccolò Bruna

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

Far West Amazonia

France 2011 | Erwan Massiot and Carolina Venturelli | 54 min | DOC   

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_FarWestAmazonia_web.jpgCarolina VenturelliErwan MassiotFor 40 years, the Amazonian forest has been going out in smoke, a large part of it because of the thousands of small farmers who came from all over Brazil to colonize it. Cut off from the rest of the world, these people struggle every day for their survival in very precarious conditions. Yet, the world today requires them to limit their impact on the deforestation of Amazonia.

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  Screening followed by Q&A with directors Erwan Massiot and Carolina Venturellus

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Battle of the Queens

Germany 2011 | Nicolas Steiner | 70 min | DOC

Batalha das RainhasNot a bullfight but a cow fight is the traditional event that takes place in southern Switzerland in particular and attracts large crowds every year. These contests between cows and heifers are all about each animal’s ranking within the herd.

Berlinale Film Festival 2011 - Visions du Réel Film Festival 2011 – Bafici 2012, Buenos Aires


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Living the Silent Spring

Japan 2011 | Masako Sakata | 87 min | DOC

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_PrimaveraSilenciosa_web.jpgFifty years ago, Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring warned of the danger of widespread use of pesticides, helping to launch the environmental movement in the US. Around the same time, the US military began to spray defoliants in Vietnam to deny cover to guerrilla forces.  The defoliants, including Agent Orange, were contaminated with the deadly toxin, dioxin.  Agent Orange continues to affect the children and grandchildren of those exposed both in Vietnam and America to this day.

Aichi Women’s Film Festival Audience Award – Earth Vision Award

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Mbambu and the mountains of the moon

Serbia 2011 | Natasa Muntean and Lucian Muntean | 50 min | DOC 

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_Mbambu_web.jpgThis is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  Trailer
tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  www.lunamdocs.com

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

Nuclear Nation

Japan 2011 | Atsushi Funahashi | 97 min | DOC   

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_NuclearNation_web.jpgThe film follows the life of inhabitants of the region housing the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The town’s people have now lost their homeland. Through their agonies and frustrations, the film questions the real cost of capitalism and nuclear energy. The day after the magnitude 9.0 earthquake on March 11, 2011, Futaba locals heard the hydrogen explosion at Reactor Number 1 and were showered with nuclear fallout. In response, the Japanese government designated the whole town as an “exclusion zone” and 1,400 of the town’s residents fled to an abandoned high school 250 kilometers away. The entire community, including the Town Hall office, was moved into the four-story building, making the residents nuclear refugees.

Berlinale Film Festival 2012 – Festival dei Popoli, Italy 2012 – Seoul Green Film Festival 2012

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  Trailer
tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  http://nuclearnation.jp/en/

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

Stealing from the poor

Greece 2011 | Yorgos Avegeroupoulos | 55 min | DOC  

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_Stealingfromthepoor_web.jpgHave you ever asked yourself where does the fish you eat come from? If you had, you would be controlling a huge pirate industry which commits a crime in your dish! The ever-rising demand for fish in the international market has driven European and Asian fishing fleets towards the coasts of West Africa. Hundreds of industrial pirate ships are fishing illegally in the territorial waters of the nations of the area, devastating all forms of life in the ocean and condemning millions of Africans to poverty and hunger. Stealing from the Poor was filmed in Senegal, where pirate fishing perpetrated by huge ships belonging to developed countries is depriving the inhabitants of this West African country of their main source of subsistence.

Best Foreign Film, IX International Maritime & Adventure Film Festival – The Sea Calls, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2012

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tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png www.smallplanet.gr/en/documentaries/chronologically/2010-2011/221-stealing-from-the-poor

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

Silent Snow: the Invisible Poisoning of the World

Netherlands 2011 | Jan Van den Berg and Pipaluk Knudsen-Osterman | 70 min | DOC  

Silent SnowA silent assassin is destroying the Inuit community in Greenland. Chemical residues from all over the world accumulate here invisibly, poisoning humans and animals. Via currents in the ocean and attached to snow, pesticides like DDT are carried northbound into Inuit land, causing illness and premature death. Silent Snow investes, together with the people who are affected the most, what turns out to be a structural pollution of the entire global environmental system.


Best Film, Planet In Focus, Toronto – Best Film, Green Film Festival South Korea – Best Film FIFER, Switzerland

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tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  www.silentsnow.org/en/flf-synopsis

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

The Dynamiter

USA  2011 | Matthew Gordon | 75 min | Fiction 

The DynamiterAll fourteen-year-old Robbie Hendrick ever wanted was a family. Yet as another Mississippi summer begins, his wayward mother has run off again fearing a breakdown and he's left to burn the days caring for his half-brother, Fess. As the deep days and nights pass without her return and with older brother Lucas dangerously in their lives again, Robbie must face the fact that his dream of a family may only be a dream and he might just lose the only family he's ever had.

Berlin Generation FF 2011 – Los Angeles FF 2011 – Best First Feature Durban FF 2011 – Jury Prize Deauville 2011

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tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  http://elysiumfilm.com/dynamiter_story.html   
tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  www.facebook.com/pages/The-Dynamiter/136653886351892

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

Disturbed Land

Argentina 2012 | Fernando Solanas | 92 min | DOC

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_AFICHETIERRASUBLEVADA_web.jpgWritten, directed and narrated by Fernando Solanas, the film depicts the present situation in Argentina concerning mining and the population affected by it. The director, true to his militancy, denounces how the liberal policy of the 90’s made possible the debacle of mining of minerals and hydro carbonates in the country. The corporations had the government´s permission – official and unofficial – to use toxic substances to extract, contaminating the water and the environment. Today, despites present government rhetoric, noting has changed.

35ª Mostra São Paulo



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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

Waking the Green Tiger

Canada   2011 | Gary Marcuse  | 78 min | DOC

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_DespertandoDragaoVerde_web.jpgBy declaring that nature must be conquered in the name of progress, Chairman Mao ushered in an era of environmental degradation for China. As glimpsed in archival footage (some of it seen outside China for the first time), citizens were mobilized to raze forests and slaughter animals. These rash actions laid waste to ecosystems and triggered a famine that killed tens-of-millions. Now, a new generation of environmentalists composed of activists, journalists, filmmakers and former politicians strives to preserve their natural wonders  and encourage public debate.

Special Jury Award, Planet in Focus, Canada

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tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  www.facetofacemedia.ca

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225

Escape from Tibet

Switzerland/Germany 2012 | Maria Blumencron | 101 min | Fiction    

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Images Films 2012/Film_HimmelUndErde_web.gifA thrilling and powerful adventure film about a young German woman, who shows extraordinary moral courage and human responsibility when joining a trek of refugee children crossing the Himalaya. On this hard and life threatening journey she gets into deep contact with the refugee guides and especially the children, leading to intensive and deeply moving friendships. A heart and soul filling journey begins. Soon she has to learn that the barriers on the journey are harder than she could have ever imagined.

tl_files/dynamic_dropdown/images Filmambiente Design 2/Layout/Pfeil_2.png  www.wie-zwischen-himmel-und-erde.de

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4.    Mbambu e as Montanhas da Lua (Mbambu and the mountains of the moon)    Natasa Muntean   50 min  DOC  Sérvia/Serbia  2011
Toura D’or Award, Germany – President of Italian Republic Award, Asolo Art Film Festival

Esta é a história de Mbambu, uma menina ugandense de 16 anos que quer ser a primeira em sua família a completar a escola secundária. Ela também participa do grupo de teatro local, que usa a arte e temas importantes - tais como os males de roubar – para educar o povo da região. Sua família é pobre e não pode pagar sua escola, então ela decide ganhar dinheiro servindo de guia para turistas que fazem tracking nas montanhas Rwenzori, perto de sua vila, uma profissão em geral realizada por homens.

This is the story of Mbambu, a 16-year-old girl from the village of Kilembe, at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda, who wants to be the first in her family to complete secondary school. Mbambu is also a faithful member of the local amateur drama group, which uses art and thematic performances (such as a performance on the drawbacks of poaching) to educate people in the region. Mbambu comes from a poor farming family that cannot afford her school fees, so she decides to earn money for school by becoming a guide for tourists trekking in the Rwenzori Mountains, a profession generally reserved for men.

Trailer> https://vimeo.com/32567225