Directed by Jezza Neuman

South Africa, UK, Zimbabwe, 2010 , 90 min.

Xoliswa Sithole, an accomplished filmmaker in her own right who was once proud to call Zimbabwe her home, has produced a wrenching documentary chronicling the economic, olitical, and social degradation of her country, and the devastating impact this is having on children. The film focuses on three children: Grace, Esther, and Obert, who show us their daily struggle to put food in their mouths, their desperate need for money to pay next term’s school fees, and their dreams of a better life.

Sponsored by Lewis & Clark College and Zimbabwe Artists Project.