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The Chicago premiere of a little film called Bonsai People will surely make waves at Facets Cinémathèque while Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus is in Town. Bonsai People is the latest documentary by award winning filmmaker Holly Mosher of which "The Vision of Muhammad Yunus" is the subject. The emotionally compelling film - the first to focus on this topic - looks at his work in realms of microcredit, social business and everywhere in between. This is a free screening (RSVP here) on Thursday, April 26 at 7PM sponsored by Whole Foods that'll learn you about the future of the ways the world will spend money. [Racked Wire]