Resurrección

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At Mammoth - A Climate Action Cinema

Price £2 - £10
Times 19:00

The waterfall of El Salto de Juanacatlán, in Jalisco, Mexico, was once an idyll renowned for its striking beauty and ecological riches. However, this “Mexican Niagara,” as it was once known, is now heavily polluted by industrial waste. Resurrección tells the story of one family’s fight for survival in this now-toxic environment. 

 

For this screening we’ll be joined by Dr Ian Mahony and Elliot Doornbos, senior lecturers in Criminology in NTU’s School of Social Sciences, who will discuss the hidden and overt harms that leisure and industry can cause to our rivers and oceans. 

 

This event is part of the ‘Water and World Cinema' film season dedicated to local, national, and international bodies of water and inspired by the intense reporting on these waterways in the UK press. The film season is generously sponsored by NTU’s Institute for Knowledge Exchange.

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