The UK premiere of a film shot in Nepal will take place in Hounslow, with proceeds going to rebuild a school in the earthquake-hit country.
Takings from the premiere will be used to help rebuild a school in Nepal's Dhading district, which was destroyed during the earthquake in April.
Highway to Dhampus is set in the Annapurna Mountains of Nepal, where a spoiled British heiress visits the headmistress of a small orphanage.
She hopes the show of charity will boost her public profile, but the trip has a more profound impact than she imagined for both her and the bush pilot and American photojournalist accompanying her.
The film stars Streatham-born actress Rachel Hurd-Wood, who played Wendy in the 2003 picture Peter Pan. She was nominated for best actress at the festival in Madrid for her latest role.
"It was such an honor to be part of this film," she said. "Not only is it an amazing story, but it also introduced me to the beautiful people of Nepal who have touched my heart in a profound way."
The benefit screening was the idea of a group of cousins living in south and south-west London, whose relative Isahra Malla Gurung was killed in the earthquake.
One of the cousins, Rosy Shrestha, said they decided to start the non-profit organisation ISahara Nepal (Sahara means support in Nepalese) in her memory to help the country get back on its feet.
They have already shipped essential supplies worth £30,000 to Nepal and built 10 temporary shelters there and are now raising funds to rebuild Narayan Primary School.
They teamed up with Fiftyfilms, which has allowed them to show the film for free, and Mind the Gap Worldwide to present the Hounslow screening.
The 7.8-magnitude earthquake which struck Nepal on April 25 killed around 9,000 people and left thousands more injured or homeless.
A candlelight vigil took place in Hounslow following the tragedy, which affected the families of many among the borough's large Gurkha population.
Highway to Dhampus will be screened at the Paul Robeson Theatre, upstairs at the Treaty Centre, in High Street, Hounslow, on Saturday July 18, at 5pm. Tickets cost £12.99 in advance via Yapsody.com or £15 on the door.