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Alliance Française’s documentary offers hope

NNASARETHA KGAMANYANE
The Alliance Française of Gaborone in partnership with the Agence Française de Development, The French Embassy to Botswana and Botswana Society for Human Development will be screening a documentary that offers hope on December 8, 2016.

In an interview with the event coordinator Anne Viot, the documentary titled Tomorrow, is a about environment by an activist Cyril Dion and French actress Mélanie Laurent.

“This documentary will be showing solutions and telling a feel-good story. This may be the best way to solve the ecological, economical and social crises that our countries are going through. After a special briefing for the journal nature announced the possible extinction of a part of mankind before the end of the 21st century, Dion and Laurent together with a team of four people, carried out an investigation in 10 different countries to figure out what may lead to this disaster and above all how to avoid it,” she said.

Viot added that during their journey, the crew met the pioneers who were re-inventing

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agriculture, energy, economy, democracy and education. She said the duo and their team after joining concrete and positive actions, which are already working began to figure out what could be tomorrow’s world.

The film, done in French, English and Hindi, follows its makers as they travel around the world meeting people intent on making the world a better, greener, more sustainable place.

Laurent, who has appeared in more than 40 feature films, including Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Bastards, came out of the experience with a hopeful message about our future.

The documentary, entitled Demain meaning ‘Tomorrow’, was running throughout France in private and public screenings early this year.

The documentary will be screened from 5:30pm to 9:00pm and the public is invited to attend in large numbers. It does not have age restriction.



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