THE LAND BETWEEN – 78mins (2014)
Available Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Italian & German. (Format: PAL)
THE LAND BETWEEN offers an intimate insight into the hidden and desperate lives of Sub-Saharan African migrants living in the mountains of northern Morocco. For most, their dream is to enter Europe by jumping a highly-militarised barrier into Melilla, a Spanish enclave on the African continent.
With unique and unprecedented access, this film documents the everyday life of these migrants trapped in limbo, as well as the extreme violence and constant mistreatment they face from both the Moroccan and Spanish authorities. It also explores many universal questions, including how and why people are prepared to risk everything, including their life, to leave their country, their family and friends, in search of a new and better life.
– WINNER “Best Documentary” – FIFE Environmental Film Festival 2014 – France
– WINNER “Best Film” – International Migrant Film Festival 2014 – Slovenia
– WINNER “Best Film” – Lampedusa In Festival 2014 – Italy
– WINNER “Best Film” – Naples Human Rights Film Festival 2014 – Italy
– WINNER “Crossroads Award” – Festival delle Terre 2014 – Italy
– HONOURABLE MENTION – Antenna Documentary Film Festival 2014 – Australia
– SPECIAL MENTION – International Festival of Cinema and Memory 2015 – Morocco
E-WASTELAND – 20mins (2012)
Available Subtitles: English & French. (Format: PAL)
Have you ever wondered what happens to your electronics at the end of their life?
Almost 50 million tonnes of e-waste (electronic waste) are generated worldwide every year. A large volume of second-hand and condemned electronic goods arrive in developing countries from the “developed” world, with a significant quantity arriving as e-waste, exported illegally as second hand goods.
Without dialogue or narration, E-WASTELAND presents a visual portrait of unregulated e-waste recycling in Ghana, West Africa, where electronics are not seen for what they once were, but for what they have become.
– WINNER “Bronze Ladybug Award” – SREM Film Fest 2014 – Serbia
– WINNER “Best Australian Short Film” – Antenna Doc Film Festival 2013 – Australia
– FINALIST “Best Film – Science, Technology & The Environment” – ATOM Awards 2013 – Australia
– WINNER “Best Editing” – Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) 2013 – U.S.A.
– FINALIST “Best Short Documentary” – Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) 2013 – U.S.A.
– WINNER “Low Budget – Big Impact” – Wildlife Vaasa Nature Film Festival 2012 – Finland
– WINNER “Special Prize of the Jury” – Matsalu Nature Film Festival 2012 – Estonia
BIKPELA BAGARAP (Big Damage) – 43mins (2011)
Available subtitles: English. (Format: PAL)
Bikpela Bagarap (Big Damage) reveals the human face of logging in Papua New Guinea. It is a tale of exploitation and broken promises, where local people are treated as second-rate citizens in their own country by Malaysian logging companies and corrupt politicians.
Customary landowners are forced into signing documents they don’t understand, for the promise of “development” – fresh water, health and education, but these essential services are rarely provided. Instead, their traditional hunting grounds are destroyed, waterways polluted, and their way of life ruined forever.
– WINNER “Best Newcomer” – Wild Talk Africa Film Festival 2013 – South Africa
– FINALIST “Best Documentary Short” – Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) 2013 – U.S.A.
– WINNER “Audience Choice Award” – Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival 2012 – Malaysia
– WINNER “Special Mention” – The Village Doc Film Festival 2012 – Italy
PNG STYLE – 88mins (2010)
Available Subtitles: English. (Format: PAL)
Papua New Guinea “Land of the Unexpected”, a country of rugged mountain ranges, impassable terrain and isolated villages. With over 850 indigenous languages and cultural groups, people align themselves with their tribe before their nation.
PNG Style follows one-man film crew David Fedele on a 3 month solo journey through Papua New Guinea, armed only with a backpack, camcorder and travelling guitar.
– WINNER “Best Documentary” – Portobello Film Festival 2010 – London, United Kingdom