The Crew

Chris Kelly – Director
Director and Cinematographer Chris Kelly is a documentary filmmaker and photographer who has been living in Cambodia for the past three and a half years filming this project. He has worked for more than ten years as a freelance editor and director and has worked as a video and photojournalist for Al Jazeera, the Global Post, France 24 and many other publications.

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Christo Hird – Executive Producer
Executive Producer Christo Hird is one of the most prolific and experienced Producers in the business, well known for his successful campaign films, he has been responsible for films such as Rupert Murray’s hugely successful ‘The End of the Line,’ John Pilger’s ‘The War You Don’t See,’ ‘Just Do It,’ and ‘Black Gold.’

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Danielle Di Giacomo – Producer
Producer Danielle Di Giacomo is an independent film producer and consultant based in New York City. She was the Associate Producer on two documentary features; Jennifer Venditti’s ‘Billy The Kid’ (Best Documentary Feature, L.A. Film Festival 2007, South by Southwest 2007) and Samantha Buck’s films ‘21 Below’ and ‘Best Kept Secret’.

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Edwina Forkin – Executive Producer
Executive Producer Edwina Forkin is a dynamic, motivated, energetic producer with over fifteen years’ experience in Film and Television production. Edwina has been a producer on scores of award winning documentaries and feature films including; The Cause of Progress, A Door A Jar by Patrick Jolley, Good Cake Bad Cake by Shimmy Marcus and Sugar by Patrick Jolley and Reynold Reynolds.

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Jonathan Oppenheim – Editor
Editor Jonathan Oppenheim is probably one of the best documentary editors in the world. His titles include Oscar Nominees ‘Children Underground’ and ‘Streetwise’ as well as many other award winning films such as ‘The Oath’ ‘Phyllis and Harold’ and more recent titles such as ‘High Tech Low Life’ and ‘How to Survive a Plague.’

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Nicolas Axelrod – Photographer
Australian photographer Nicolas Axelrod has lived in Cambodia for the past four years where he has worked for many international humanitarian organizations. His work has been seen in such publications as The Guardian, The Independant, Die Welt, More Magazine, Femme Actuelle, and Southeast Asia Globe.

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John Vink – Photographer
Magnum photographer John Vink has been photographing land rights issues in Cambodia for more than a decade, He came to public attention in 1986 when he was awarded the prestigious W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography.