- International Competition
- BLACK ASIA
|Synopsis||When Dian was six years old, she heard a deep rumble and turned to see a tsunami of mud barreling towards her Indonesian village. 60,000 people are still displaced. The majority of international scientists believe that Lapindo struck an underground mud volcano, unleashing a violent flow of hot sludge from the earth’s depths. Dian’s community fights against the corporate powers accused of one of the largest environmental disasters in recent history.|
Cynthia WADE 신시아 웨이드Cynthia WADE’s documentary Freeheld won a 2008 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject, Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, and 13 other awards. She is the director of the documentaries Grist for the Mill (1999), Shelter Dogs (2004), Born Sweet (2009), Living the Legacy (2009) and Generation Startup (2016). Wade has won more than 45 film awards worldwide.
Sasha FRIEDLANDER 사샤 프리들랜더Sasha FRIEDLANDER directed, produced, shot and edited the feature-documentary Where Heaven Meets Hell. The film won numerous prizes. At the One World International Human Rights Film Festival in Prague, Jury gave a Special Mention Award to Where Heaven Meets Hell for its “exceptional contribution to the defense of human rights.”
|Director||Cynthia WADE, Sasha FRIEDLANDER|
|Country||USA, Indonesia, Denmark|