Made with support from Director Spike Lee, ‘The Salt in Our Waters’ portrays an epic clash‐of cultures in a remote seaside village of Bangladesh, with the elemental conflict of land and sea, man and nature, serving as an interactive backdrop. What shines through the centre is filmmaker Rezwan Shahriar Sumit’s fascination with the bravery and devotion of the local Hilsha fishers. They are a people plagued by climate disruption, but not defined by it. The filmmaker invites everyone to experience the rich social diversity and cultural subtleties of their world rarely seen on the big screen.
The film features stunning monsoon visuals shot by Chananun Chotrungroj, a Spirit Award nominated Thai cinematographer. The film was edited by Academy Member Kristan Sprague whose latest film JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH was nominated for six Oscars,
including Best Picture.
After the screening, please join Sumit and his team for a LIVE discussion about the latest tragedy unfolding in the fishing village.
“A THOUGHTFUL DEBUT”
Sight & Sound
“A TIMELY PORTRAIT OF THE OPPOSING FORCES
WHICH SHAPE OUR WORLD.”
“A WONDERFUL MEDITATION ON MODERNITY,
CLIMATE CHANGE, FAMILY AND LOVE.”
For more information, please visit: saltwatersfilm.com