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Women In Focus

Daughter Captures Mother's Nostalgia As Rising Sea Levels Swallow Homeland

Scientists predict that Kiribati—a remote Island Republic in the Central Pacific—could be lost to rising sea levels in the next 50 years. As a result, a whole nation faces an uncertain future. "Tinau" is an intimate family portrait of a Kiribatese mother settled in the U.K. and the ties that bind her to her former disappearing homeland.

"Tinau" is the 2014 winner of the Action4Climate competition. Filmmaker Victoria Burns would also like to thank Connect4Climate for their support of the film. Learn more at Burns' website SyperSymmetryFilms.com.

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