Life Is Waiting: Referendum and Resistance in Western Sahara | Cultures of Resistance Films

Life Is Waiting: Referendum and Resistance in Western Sahara is currently screening at film festivals around the world. For more information about upcoming and past screenings, click here.


Most people think that colonialism in Africa has ended. But in the territory of Western Sahara, the end of European rule only gave way to a new occupation, this time by Morocco. More than four decades later, the world continues to look the other way as the Sahrawi people face arrests, torture, and disappearances for demanding their independence.

Life Is Waitinga film by director Iara Lee, chronicles this struggle. What will it take for the people of Western Sahara to reverse decades of broken promises and gain their freedom? What lessons does Sahrawi resistance offer for nonviolent movements around the world? In Life Is Waiting, join an incredible cast of Sahrawi activists and artists as they offer their answers.

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