Screening Dates

Hong Kong:

March 9 @ 20:30
China Women’s Film Festival Office
Room 2717, Shui On Centre, 6-8 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

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As an Albino-child living in Tanzania, Anastazia is constantly at risk of being kidnapped and killed. In some African countries, Albinos are believed to possess magical powers. As a result, Albinos are still hunted for their bones and body parts, which are said to make a person rich and successful. Anastazia lives at a center that protects and supports Albino children from this inhumane practice, but the living conditions are harsh…

For the past several years, Annelies Kruk has worked at NCRV television youth department where she discovered her love for filmmaking. Since then, she has made documentaries, especially for children and teenagers. These documentaries, which have won several awards, have also been broadcasted and screened at festivals all around the world.

Anneke de Lind van Wijngaarden makes many youth documentaries that explore poetry, humor and lightness to tell heavy stories. Besides films, Anneke also makes interactive multimedia devices, which allow audience members to think deeply, and explore their mind, body, and self.

Swahili with Chinese and English subtitles