Cinéfest Sudbury Virtual 2021

Dear Future Children

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With global protests on the rise, Dear Future Children is a film about the new generation at the heart of this seismic political shift. The project follows activists on the protests in Hong Kong against the Beijing-influenced administration under Carrie Lam, the protests in Chile against social inequality in the country, and in Uganda at the local Fridays for Future protests and actions for climate justice. The film follows Pepper, Hilda, and Rayen, three young female activists facing almost impossible odds and grappling with the staggering personal impacts of their activism on their personal lives. Dear Future Children is a film about the next generation, made by the next generation.


Durant les mois qui ont précédé la pandémie, 50 pays ont connu d’importantes manifestations citoyennes. Un peu partout, des étudiants faisaient la grève. À Hong Kong, ils protestaient contre l’administration de Carrie Lam (Cheng Yuet-ngor), jugée à la solde de Pékin. Au Chili, ils s’attaquaient à l’inégalité sociale. En Ouganda, ils luttaient contre les changements climatiques et l’injustice. Après le décès de son père, l’Allemand Franz Böhm, âgé de 20 ans, est parti caméra au poing pour dresser le portrait de Pepper, Hilda et Rayen, trois jeunes activistes qui n’ont pas froid aux yeux. Dear Future Children est un film à propos de la prochaine génération, produit par la prochaine génération.


  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    89 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    Germany/UK/Austria
  • Rating
    Mature themes, violence
  • Note
    Distributed by: Photon Films
  • Director
    Franz Bohm