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Documentary | 2019 | Col | 53m


Refugees were exposed to media as passive beings and were described powerless and gloomy by ‘poverty pornography’. However, young refugee from Burundi Abdul is a producer in media and shows the true story of his neighbors in refugee camps. Working as a filmmaker, refugees in Abdul’s documentary has dreams and has unlimited potential. This ‘no cue’ documentary films the daily lives of the world’s biggest refugee camp "Kakuma Refugee Camp" through Abdul’s filmmaking. By breaking the existing negative bias against refugees created by the media and let the world know that these are people believing in hope tomorrow and lives day by day.

Director: Lee Hyuk-rho
Type: Documentary
Year of completion: 2019
Country of origin: Republic of Korea
Production: MIWOO MEDIA

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