Film On Witch-Hunts in Zambia May Help to Curb Attacks On Women
I Am Not A Witch tells the story of an eight-year-old Zambian girl who is made to live in a state-run "witch camp". The film has won the most outstanding debut film award at Britain's top film ceremony, the BAFTAs.
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 20 February 2018
An award-winning British film about witch-hunts in Zambia could play an important role in curbing violence against women if translated into local languages and distributed widely,… Read more »
I Am Not A Witch film.