A River Changes Course captures the stories of three young Cambodians struggling to maintain their traditional way of life while the modern world closes in around them. The once abundant forests and plentiful rivers have fallen victim to land grabbing, deforestation, and dwindling fish stock that rural and indigenous communities heavily depend on to survive. This stunningly photographed documentary is a powerful tribute to the struggles of all families coping with the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
Jennifer Geist is a Global Education Consultant whose work responds to a variety of needs in the dynamic field of Global Education. Such needs include developing curriculum and design programs in collaboration with teachers, schools and foundations to engage students in the critical issues of our times. Using the latest digital technologies, Geist curates and creates learning materials and manages online projects, facilitating collaboration and mentor meaningful service learning to support the next generation of sensitive and informed global citizens.
Kalyanee Mam is an award-winning filmmaker, lawyer and born storyteller, Kalyanee Mam, is committed to combining her passion for art and advocacy to tell compelling and universal stories. A graduate of Yale University and UCLA Law School, Kalyanee also worked as a legal consultant in Mozambique and Iraq.
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