HUMAN: Reflections from a real crisis

(Documentary)

Menton, France photo by: William Haun

Menton, France photo by: William Haun

This ‘run-and-gun’ doc (created by a team of 6) is intended to be a short film done through interview form that sees director–Adam “Lumkile” Thomason reflect on his time, along with the team, in southern Europe covering the immigration crisis. This Mediterranean sea crossing is considered the most dangerous border today. While a host of the footage is seen depicting this border we wanted to answer the question "how are the refugees and migrants" doing once they make it? With this film of reflection, we wanted to uncover what the life of refugees and migrants are going through after they make this "deadly" journey. Film available upon request.


MUY DIFÍCIL

(SHORT DOCU-FILM)

Colombia/Venezuela border where over 35,000 people cross daily in search of food, work, medicine and overall relocation according to the ground zero census.  Photo by James Nwobu

Colombia/Venezuela border where over 35,000 people cross daily in search of food, work, medicine and overall relocation according to the ground zero census.

Photo by James Nwobu

This ‘run-and-gun’ doc MUY DIFÍCIL is an IMDB certified festival (Accolade) award winning short docu-film (with English subtitles) by a creative team of five shot in ten days (June 21st-June 30th) on the present day Venezuelan crisis spill over into Colombia. The docu-film uses one main interview (Evelin Niño) foundationally intertwined with five others (Maria, Jessica, Fabio, Roman, and Alfredo) to communicate the current desperation of millions in Venezuela in light of the crisis that currently leaves many in a catastrophic situation of literal famine as they try to now find food, safety, medicine and work to live–with some walking by foot over 200 miles. This docu-film is not a thing of the past but a plea to help those in need, now, as many solutions require people not in the crisis to bring about a redemptive reality for their fellow brothers and sisters of humanity. Take the journey through vibrant cultural and emotional landscapes as you come to understand why everyone in the documentary called the current state of affairs MUY DIFÍCIL

 

ANUMASA (INEXHAUSTIBLE WATER)

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ANUMASA–INEXHAUSTIBLE WATER

(SHORT DOCU-FILM)

This ‘run-and-gun’ doc ANUMASA (INEXHAUSTIBLE WATER) is a “Justice Everywhere Film Festival” award winner short Docu-film shot by a team of four in 10 days covering the other side of slavery. Most know about the whitewashed version of the Trans-Atlantic, Middle passage, slave trade and slavery in the Americas; but most do not know about the slave raids, slave markets and slave dungeons that preceded the Trans-Atlantic taking place on the coast and in the heart of West Africa, specifically in Ghana. ANUMASA (INEXHAUSTIBLE WATER) is a short docu-film told from the voice of Ghanaians' on what preceded the Middle passage–raids, deals, and markets–in the Southern and Northern parts of Ghana. This short docu-film shows a compelling truth omitted from history. After viewing the gruesome realities of what people made it through in this short docu-film, you will come to understand the strength and hope of Ghana's word and its people in their embodiment of ANUMASA–INEXHAUSTIBLE WATER.

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