William and The Windmill

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William and The Windmill

May 29, 2014

One Boy

One Homemade Windmill

One Astounding Journey

Despite unbelievable circumstances, young Malawian William Kamkwamba builds a power-generating windmill from scraps parts, effectively rescuing his family from famine and poverty.
This feature-length documentary tells the story of a unique individual whose incredible invention sets in motion a series of events that will forever change his life.

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The Film

William and The Windmill

May 29, 2014,
Doors: 7:30 pm, Show Time: 8:00 pm

Running time: 88 minutes

Despite unbelievable circumstances, young Malawian William Kamkwamba builds a power-generating windmill from scraps parts, effectively rescuing his family from famine and poverty.

This feature-length documentary tells the story of a unique individual whose incredible invention sets in motion a series of events that will forever change his life.

 

Directed by Ben Nabors (IMDB) Film IMDB | Official Site

SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema
149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver

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The Cause

Check Your Head

Check Your Head (CYH) is a youth-driven not-for-profit organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia that educates and activates young people on various social issues. Founded in 1999, we encourage young people to understand and take action for social, economic and environmental justice. We provide education, resources, training and support for youth to live as engaged, independent and active citizens within our local and global communities. Our main activities include workshops, facilitation and leadership training, supporting youth-led social and environmental justice actions, and engaging youth volunteers.


Learn more. Visit http://checkyourhead.org

604-685-6631

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About Reel Causes Society

Reel Causes partners with filmmakers and Canadian causes dedicated to addressing global social justice issues. We host film screenings followed by a Q&A session to educate and inspire our community, and provide a forum for authentic conversation around the issues that affect us locally.

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