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They Live In Guinea: Film Facts

1996, Betacam SP
51 minutes, Color
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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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