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ERIK AND THE IBAN

UK/Malaysia, 2018, 40 mins.

DIRECTOR: Dan Childs

In 1959 Dr Erik Jensen travelled to Sarawak to live and work with the indigenous Iban Dayaks - the former headhunters of Borneo - to study the relationship between religion and economic development. He started various development projects to help improve their lives at a time of great political change. 50 years on, he journeys back to meet some of his old friends and discover how the Iban people are adapting to life in a rapidly changing world.

 

We are delighted that director Dan Childs, Dr Erik Jensen and Producer Michelle Cullen will attend the screening for a Q&A with the audience.

 

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KINETICS: THE DESIRE TO MOVE

UK, 2017, 51 mins.

DIRECTOR: Tom Martin.

What can a rebellious teenager obsessed with free running (parkour) and a middle-aged woman with Parkinson’s possibly have in common? The desire to move...

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