THE BOY WHO HARNESSED THE WIND – Review by Diane Carson

Some rare, remarkable stories are the kind I wish were true, and fortunately The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind is. Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor knew its inspirational uniqueness as soon as he read William Kamkwamba’s 2016 book of the film’s title, chronicling the true story of thirteen-year-old William, loving school and science.

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CATCH THE WIND – Review by Marilyn Ferdinand

The primacy of the nuclear family in Western societies almost guarantees that when children mature and start their own lives, their parents will have fewer opportunities for meaningful contact with anyone. French writer-director Gaël Morel Morel’s Catch the Wind brings the loneliness of its central character, 45-year-old widow Edith Clarvel (Sandrine Bonnaire), into sharp focus as she is faced with the possibility of becoming unemployed.

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AWFJ Women On Film – “The Windmill Movie” – Jennifer Merin reviews

“The Windmill Movie” is one of those wonderful films that defies easy classification. It is an observational documentary, posthumous autobiography,

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