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Famine, War & Corruption

Posted on April 22nd, by mosaicfilms in Our Films, Web. Comments Off on Famine, War & Corruption

Famine, War & Corruption is a series of short films exploring the ways in which the western media can distort significant issues in the global south, produced for the Institute of Development Studies as part of their work in understanding how policy and opinion on international development is shaped. View via IDS.

 7 x 5’, Institute of Development Studies 2011

Director: Anton Califano






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