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Watch first solar powered film

Sunshine Cinema, Southern Africa’s first solar powered cinema network, will be screen­ing a film in Postmasburg on Friday (14/02) at 17:00 in the Newtown Community Hall.

The biographical film “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” can be seen as part of a regional screening tour, in partnership with Participant Media.

The film focuses on the life story of Malawian inventor, William Kamkwamba.

The film is about a 13-year-old boy thrown out of the school he loves when his family can no longer afford the fees.

He sneaks into the library and learns how to build a windmill to save his village from a famine.

The screening tour coincides with the launch of three new partnership projects for Sunshine Cinema in 2020.

The South African leg launches in mid February in the Northern Cape and Free State.

This is done in partnership with the Lesedi and Letsatsi Community Trusts, and the DG Murray Trust.

The community trusts are beneficiaries of two solar parks in these provinces – the Lesedi Solar Park in the Northern Cape and the Letsatsi Solar Park in the Free State.

The project will be run by five Sunbox ambassadors – who will be selected from the surrounding communities – to facilitate free screenings three times a month over the next year.

Some of the films to be shown in future will be fun and entertaining, while others will tackle issues like renewable energy, gender equality and youth empowerment.

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