What's the real cost of the rice on your plate?
Farmers put food on our plates, but the profession is a challenging one. This documentary explores the experiences of Indian farmers - in the state of Punjab in India, farmer suicide is one of the biggest social issues along with an overwhelming drug problem and lack of resources. For many farmers, it seems as if there is no hope. But a sustainable organic movement is gaining momentum offering hope of a future where farmers can once again be masters of their land.
A special Q&A hosted by Suzi Mann with director Rehmat Rayatt will follow this screening.
Rehmat Rayatt: Co-Director, Producer
Leva Kwestany: Co-Director
Nahiyan Muhaymeen: Co-Producer
Liz Settimba: Co-Producer
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Online Vimeo Screening
This online screening will take place on Vimeo. Book your tickets here and we will be in touch 24hrs before with the private Vimeo link (please ensure your email address is correct when booking)
Online Zoom Q&A
This screening will be followed by a Zoom Q&A. Book your tickets here and we will be in touch 24hrs before with the Zoom joining details.
Pay What You Can
HAC are committed to bringing quality entertainment and arts engagement to our community during these tough times. We appreciate that the current pandemic has affected our communities in different ways, which is why we are making this a 'Pay What You Can' event. It's simple, pay what you can and support the work we do! Ticket prices range from £2 - £20, simply select your ticket price at checkout.
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