Anote’s Ark (2018)
Tuesday, February 5, 7:00 PM
Community Foundation Theater, Gund Gallery
The idyllic Pacific nation of Kiribati will be submerged within decades due to climate change. As President Anote Tong passionately fights to save his people and 4,000 years of Kiribati culture, islanders are already feeling the pressure to relocate. Set against international climate negotiations and the fight to recognize climate displacement, Anote’s Ark presents personal stories that serve as cautionary tales for the entire world.
After the film, a discussion will be led by Shaun Golding, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and students from his course, “What’s in Our Pipeline?”.
About the Human Rights Film Series:
A large multidisciplinary team of faculty and students are annually invited to curate selections from more than a dozen award-winning documentaries featured in the Human Rights Watch Film Festival held in NYC each summer.
Members of the curatorial team partner with other faculty, administrators, students and community members to lead meaningful post-screening discussions.
Full Screening Schedule:
- Tuesday, January 29: The Unafraid (2018)
- Tuesday, February 5: Anote’s Ark (2018
- Tuesday, February 12: Women of the Venezuelan Chaos (2017)
- Wednesday, February 20: Naila and the Uprising (2017)
- Tuesday, February 26: What Will People Say? (2017)
All films are free and open to the public.
Gund Gallery exhibitions and public programs are supported, in part, by the Gund Gallery Board of Directors and the Ohio Arts Council.
Image: Still from Anote’s Ark (2018). Image courtesy of EYESTEELFILM.