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Ochre and Water


Globalization calls for a revision of the David and Goliath story. Namibia is faced with the two faces of development and so-called progress when the construction of new dams for hydro-electric power thr eatens the nomadic lifestyle of the Himba shepherds, an ethnic minority fighting off a veritable giant that wants to wipe out age old traditions and ways of life.


Il regista / The Director

regista

After working as a journalist in South Africa since 1980, Jöel le Chesselet earned a degree in Philosophy at the Free Uni ersity of Brussels. Until 1991 Chesselet worked for an international television network with Craig Matthew; the two went on to cr eate a solid team of documentary makers, directing and producing films, such as Mercury Island (1995) , that have been recognized at important international festivals in Canada,F rance and Great Britain.

Craig Matthew worked as TV cameraman from 1981 to 1991, when he began producing and directing documentaries with Jöelle Chesselet. Among his most important films: Lifelines of Western Namibia (filmed in collaboration with the Desert Research Foundation, 1995) and This Crazy Thing Called Grace (1997).




Produzione / Production

Joelle Chesselet, Mattew Craig, DOXA Prod.


Edizione 2002
Panorama

DOCUMENTARY
South Africa , 2001, 53'

DIRECTOR
Joelle Chesselet, Mattew Craig

TAGS:
Africa Dams Globalization



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