Wildlife filmmakers, a zoo director, ecotourism hosts, a Rastafarian chef, a Civil War descendant, Mennonites, and Afro-Caribbeans are among the fascinating people who have taken a leap into the unknown and found belonging in Belize. Interwoven with these profiles, director Alexandra Lexton muses on the internal voyage of the wanderer: themes of leaving home to find home and letting go of the known for a truer, unexpected resonance with place and people and purpose. Glimpsed here is a universal longing for something meaningful and real. Not Rated. Director: Alexandra Lexton (US/Belize 2019) 67 min.
$11. General | $7. CFI Members
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SUNDAY, MAY 24 • 5:00
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