A load of old rubbish
Waste Land follows Brazilian artist and photographer Vik Muniz on a journey from Brooklyn back to the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. He's exploring the world's biggest garbage dump and the life of catadores - people who scavenge the heaps for recyclable materials. The documentary sees them recreate their portraits out of scrap, and in turn reimagine their lives. After the screening there's a Q&A with Catlin Art Prize winner Russell Hill who makes awesome art out of found objects. Scrap your other plans and come to this instead. Certificate 12A.
"A joy to watch, viewers will be astounded."