Thursday 27th and Friday 28th May, 6pm
Admission £10 (concessions £8) including CAST Café supper
Visually arresting and uplifting, this award-winning documentary follows the story of two young Nepalese women who were trafficked into Indian circuses as children. Sheetal and Saraswoti meet as teenagers in a Kathmandu refuge and over the next six years confront the families that sold them, seek acceptance within their own country, and begin to build a future – making the remarkable step of forming Nepal’s first and only contemporary circus.
Even When I Fall was co-directed by Cornwall-based documentary filmmaker Sky Neal and Kate McIarnon. Sky, who lives in Porthleven, will lead an informal Q&A after the screening on Thursday 27 May.
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Film still Even When I Fall, courtesy Hakawati