PRECEDED BY A MUSICAL PERFORMANCE BY ELM
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8 • 6:30PM
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The world generates a billion tons of garbage every year. The poor live with it and from it, but the people of Cateura, Paraguay transform garbage into beauty. This inspiring testament to the transformative power of music follows the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, a musical youth group, located near one of South America’s largest landfills, performing with instruments made entirely out of garbage. When their story goes viral, they enter a global spotlight and must navigate a world of arenas and sold-out concerts. Directors: Graham Townsley, Brad Allgood. (US 2015) 84 min. plus performance.
The screening will be preceded by a live musical performance by children from San Rafael’s Enriching Lives Through Music (ELM), a Canal neighborhood group performing classical and self-composed music.
This screening is presented in conjunction with CFI Education’s Environmental Youth Forum, February 8-10.
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