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They Live In Guinea: Film Facts

1996, Betacam SP
51 minutes, Color

Within the context of the universal problem of how rural communities must contend with the complex forces of modernization, They Live in Guinea paints a sensitive portrait of the colorful and resourceful watermen who populate Guinea Neck on the Virginia shores of the Chesapeake Bay.

Copyright: 1996 , Other Pictures, Inc.
Filmmaker(s): Jonathan Mednick
Produced by: Sharon Zuber, David Essex
Cinematography: Benjamin Brand, Jonathan Mednick, Dan Partland
Editing: Patricia Romeu, Penny Elliott, Brandon Nance
Sound: Mike Dahlie, David Essex, Sue Mi Ko, Ted Skillman
Acknowledgements: Still Pohotographers: Lenny Gonzales, Sharon Zuber
Funding: The Virginia Foundation for the Humanites, The Virginia Sea Grant College Program, Dr. Elwood Owens, The Noland Foundations
Awards: 1996, Official Selection - Virginia Film Festival, 1997 First Place - Houston International Film Festival(ethnic/cultural documentary), 1998 Honorable Mention Documentary-Smoky Mountain Medial Festival, 1998 Global Vision Award - World Population Film/Video Festival

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