Angels in the Dust, an inspiring documentary, tells the story of Marion Cloete, a university-trained therapist who over fifteen years ago—with her husband and two daughters—fearlessly walked away from a privileged life in a wealthy Johannesburg suburb to establish Boikarabelo (formerly Botshabelo), an extraordinary village and school that provide shelter, food, and education to more than 550 South African children.
Advance Tickets $12, Door $16
Available at Kepler’s Books and VisionaryEdge.org
"Angels in the Dust is nothing short of wondrous.” -- New York Magazine
“Audiences will be drawn by the children's irresistible spirits and by Cloete's fierce blend of goodness and outrage." -- Seattle Times
“An inspiring portrait of a saint battling for the lives of the sick and forsaken in a frightened and superstitious world." -- Seattle Post-Intelligencer
To raise money for the care and education of the children of Boikarabelo, bracelets hand-made by the women of the village, will be sold at the film screening Saturday September 17th.
See the Trailer