New work from Landlocked Films . . .
After four years of effort, Gayle Nosal and NeeNee Productions have released “Sauti (Voice)”. In a Ugandan refugee settlement, five teenaged girls approach their uncertain futures to create lives of their own choosing with tenacity, tenderness, and imagination.
Beret Strong is the film’s Associate Producer and Director, and John Tweedy is the Editor. Sauti premiered on March 3 at the Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, CA and on March 5 the Boulder International Film Festival, with more screenings lined up around the world.
In light of the Trump Administration’s callous disregard for the lives of refugees, Sauti’s stories feel more powerful, and more urgent, than ever. More information about premieres, awards, and reviews is on the Sauti website.