Critically acclaimed film will be shown at the 33rd running of the festival this April
Image Nation’s polio documentary Every Last Child is set to play in the prestigious 33rd annual International Environmental Film Festival this April in France.
The festival, held in Paris, aims to bring together films, audiovisual media and the environment to help inform and raise public awareness of eco-citizenship in the eco-region through screenings, meetings, events and debates.
Every Last Child, directed by the multi-award winning Tom Roberts, documents the the dramatic story of five people caught up in the current polio crisis in Pakistan. It tells of their sorrow, sacrifice and fearless determination in the face of mistrust, cynicism and violence.
The critically acclaimed film was embraced by the global initiative to end Polio and screened at events around the world with organizations such as the United Nations, UNESCO, World Health Organization, the UAE-European Parliament Friendship Group, and hosted a Majlis event by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in the UAE.
The festival will take place from April 5 – April 12.