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Hearts & Mines - a documentary from Central Vietnam

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Overview

Genre
Human Rights, Contemporary Issues, and History
Synopsis

Hearts & Mines is the story of the epilogue of war. More than three decades after the peace has been declared, villagers in Central Vietnam still live with the specter of encounters with unexploded ordnance (UXO) that can strike at any moment. With unprecedented access, this dramatic and poignant documentary follows victim-assistance and mine clearance NGOs and shines a light on the far-reaching effects of military conflict and the power of unexpected kindness and encouragement.

Stage
in post-production

Credits

  • Joan Widdifield ... Director/Producer/Additional Editing
  • Jim Haverkamp ... Editor
  • Erika Simon ... Additional Editing
  • Aaron Michels ... Associate Editor
  • Frances Reid ... Director of Photography
  • Skye Fitzgerald ... Director of Photography
  • Tran Hong Chi ... Director of Photography
  • SaMath Cheng ... Location Sound
  • Gabe Monts ... Location Sound
  • Ellen Bruno ... Editing Consultant
  • Deborah Hoffman ... Story Consultant
  • Casey McCabe ... Story Consultant

Production Details

Prod. Co.
3dog films
Country
Viet Nam
Years of Production
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 (planning 2010)
Locations
Vietnam
Prod. Partners
Jim Haverkamp, Co-Producer

Distribution Details

Release year
2011
Language
English, Vietnamese
Subtitles
English

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