Who? Walls and Bridges
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Maria Farinha Filmes presents:

Who? Walls and Bridges

General Audience 2015 19 min

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A portrait of an exiled people, who survive almost exclusively from the aid of NGOs in the Western Sahara region, bringing them food, medicine, and a little bit of hope to those who have lived in the margins of society for the past 40 years, waiting for the pacification of their territory, currently under intense oppression and violence.

Directed by

Cacau Rhoden, Julio Matos

Produced by

Maria Farinha Filmes

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Instituto Alana

Official Support

VIDEOCAMP

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Documentary

Theme (title)

Politics Conflict zones

4.8 rating
18 Screenings
770 audience
6.58 K total aud.
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Morocco: Abuse of Sub-Saharan Migrants

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Human Rights Watch

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Who? Walls and Bridges (2015)

Age rating: General Audience

It is possible to download the archive of this film for Videocamp sessions. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Cacau Rhoden Julio Matos

Produced by Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction --

Sponsorship Instituto Alana

Official Support VIDEOCAMP

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Politics Conflict zones

ODSs ODS 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Spanish

Standard Portuguese

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Synopsis

A portrait of an exiled people, who survive almost exclusively from the aid of NGOs in the Western Sahara region, bringing them food, medicine, and a little bit of hope to those who have lived in the margins of society for the past 40 years, waiting for the pacification of their territory, currently under intense oppression and violence.