29 mins


Colorado Premiere
In parts of Africa, it is believed that the body parts of people with albinism can be used in witchcraft to bring good fortune. As a result, ritual attacks, mutilation and murder of people with albinism is far too common. In Malawi, albino street musician Lazarus Chigiwandali expresses the pain, ostracization and peril of people like himself through music. With a hand-hewn banjo, singular style and voice like a clarion, his sound is catching on. This film follows his rising career, which is built on a message we could all benefit from: “Let us all be loving to one another.”

Production Team

David Darg

Festival Screenings

Featured in the 2019 Mountainfilm Festival.
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