‘Even When I Fall’ film showing to celebrate Refugee Week 2018 in Tooting
Join us to celebrate Refugee Week 2018 in Tooting!
It’s the 20th annual Refugee Week, and in TTT’s 10th anniversary year we’re proud to be showing ‘Even When I Fall’ in partnership with CARAS and St. Mary Magdalene Church, Wandsworth Common.
When: Sunday 17th June. Doors open 7:00 for tea and a samosa and the film starts at 7:30
Where: St Mary Magdalene Church, in the Main Hall. 202 Trinity Road SW17 7HP – near Wandsworth Common
Free showing: we’ll ask for voluntary donations to cover costs
Queries: please contact us by email
‘Even When I Fall’ is an intimate, beautiful film that harnesses the visual power of circus to give a unique perspective into the complex world of human trafficking.
‘Even When I Fall’ traces the journey of Sheetal and Saraswoti, two girls from Nepal.
They met as teenagers in a Kathmandu refuge, survivors of child trafficking to corrupt Indian circuses and brought back to a country they could barely remember.
Inadvertently these girls were left with a secret weapon by their captors – their breath-taking skills as circus artists.
With 11 other young trafficking survivors, the girls form Circus Kathmandu – Nepal’s first and only circus.
The group continues to take circus skills and trafficking awareness workshops all over Nepal.