Seattle Black Film Festival 2024

“A Different World” - foreign documentaries

Expired May 6, 2024 5:00 AM
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From the director:

"The Hearts of Bwindi" delves into the symbiotic relationship between nature and humanity, utilizing poetic storytelling to immerse audiences in the rich biodiversity of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and the dedication of those safeguarding it.

Our team spent a week in the park, walking with rangers and witnessing their relentless conservation efforts. This close experience highlighted the potent synergy between the rangers and local communities in preserving the ecosystem.

Our narrative stitches together the voices of these committed rangers, spotlighting the devotion that fuels their work. The film employs vivid visuals to showcase Bwindi's sweeping landscapes and intricate biodiversity, inviting viewers into an often-overlooked world.

Our aim is to transport audiences to the core of this remarkable location, helping them feel the energetic flow of life in Bwindi and appreciate the deep interconnectedness that exists even in nature's smallest details.

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  • Runtime
    9 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Subtitle Language
  • Social Media
  • Director
    Charli Doherty
  • Screenwriter
    Charli Doherty
  • Producer
    Tom Neish
  • Cinematographer
    Will Hadley
  • Editor
    Olly Cooper
  • Sound Design
    Olly Cooper