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Real-life stories don’t get much more remarkable than that of William Kamkwamaba, a young Malawian who rescued his family from famine by constructing a power-generating windmill from junk parts. Kamkwamaba related his story in the 2009 bestseller The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind and he is now the subject of the SXSW-screening documentary William and the Windmill from director Ben Nabors, which details both his original story and his subsequent brush with fame.

The film has been gifted a beautiful new poster, which you can exclusively see above, from designer Jim Pascoe and Paul Pope, the acclaimed writer-artist whose credits »


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