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  1. Sandgrains Poster

    Sandgrains

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    As a young boy Zé left his Cape Verdean fishing village for a better life in Sweden. Years later he returns to find his village transformed, and the beach where he once played football has disappeared. His family now digs sand from the ocean floor to sell as cheap concrete, because fishing no longer puts enough food on the table.
    Sandgrains is a crowdfunded and crowdsourced documentary.

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  2. Porters Of The Inca Trail

    Porters Of The Inca Trail

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    Leoncio Monteagudo is a porter on the Inca Trail to the ruin citadel of Machu Picchu in South America. Working conditions are deplorable, but the porters have organized in a struggle for basic rights. Porters of the Inca Trail tells their story of the world famous adventure trek.

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  3. Take Over

    Take Over

    In England squatting is unlawful but not illegal. The legal system goes back to a law of the Fifteenth Century and even though the political actions to erode the “squatters’ rights” have been many, the famous Section Six can still be seen on the doors and windows of many English squats. Take Over follows a group of Brighton squatters as they resist the eviction order from an abandoned church.

  4. Crossroads

    Crossroads

    CROSSroads is a short documentary about class among youths in Brighton, UK. The film explores the differing future and present expectations of two teenage boys from disparate backgrounds. The interviews occur on the 25C bus, the only place they share.

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