Zaninka, a masseuse in her mid 40s, just lost her only son. Mukobwa, mid 20s, faces the dilemma of donating a lobe of her lung to a father with a murky past. Kadogo, a young boy, roams the city with her father, a small-time crook with anger management issues.
£7.50 100 FREE TICKETS are available for Tower Hamlet's residents on a first come first serve basis. Attendees will be able to go to Genesis' box office on the day to claim their tickets.
This is supported by Tower Hamlets Council and is part of Raindance Film Festival
2022 marks the 30th anniversary of the Raindance Film Festival, the UK’s leading indie film festival, and this year’s edition will be a celebration of 30 years of independent film in the UK. Running 26 October – 5 November, Raindance will revisit some of the most pivotal films from its archive in a series of special screenings. Raindance will also look towards the next 30 years with a programme of fresh, relevant, and radical world premieres as well as a selection of must-see titles cherry-picked from the international film festival circuit.