Award: WFF Award for Best Environmental Film, Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival
Synopsis: In the disappearing islands along the Brahmaputra river, orphan Afrin faces the ravages of floods in a coming-of-age tale. The film captures her resilience as she seeks her estranged father amidst the climate crisis, joining the ranks of new refugees, merging dreams with reality.
Directors Bio: Angelos Rallis started his career in TV and theatre in Greece before moving to Sweden and the UK to complete his graduate and post-graduate studies in Film, Anthropology and Photography. In 2006 he became an elected member of the International Federation of Journalists (UK). His early work in video and photography was published in newspapers such as Ethnos and The Guardian and has been used by press agencies and NGOs around the world. Angelos has also worked as a director for the Greek National Television (ERT).
Sales Agent: Cargo Films