Love and Rubbish

    • Hanna Polak
    • Russia, Poland
    • 2012
    • 8 min
    • Why Poverty?
    An estimated five million people are homeless in Russia, and one million of them are children. This film takes an unflinching yet poignant look at the lives of a group of children living in a garbage dump outside of Moscow, showing the hardships they face and the dreams they hold on to. This film is part of Why Poverty?, a groundbreaking cross-media event taking place in November 2012, urging people around the world to ask this question. Supported by 70 broadcasters around the world, the event aims to jump-start national and global debates about poverty in the 21st century.

    Credits

    • 8 min
    • color
    • video
    Director
    Hanna Polak
    Production
    Hanna Polak, Anne Dillon, Jan Rofekamp for Films Transit International Inc., Brian Tilley for Steps
    Executive producer
    Don Edkins for Steps
    Cinematography
    Hanna Polak, Mariusz Margas
    Editor_donotuse
    Andrzej Juraszczyk

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