Directed by CANADA
Produced by CANADA
Executive Producer: Oscar Romagosa
Production Direction: Alba Barneda
Producer: Laura Serra Estorch
Comissary: Glen Goetze
Head of Production: Rita Sabaté
Director of Photography: Arnau Valls - Pau Castejón
Art Direction: Anna Colomer
Stylist: Carolina Galiana
Makeup: Ana Cano
Choreography: Les Filles Föllen
Post Production: Álvaro P. Posadas - Sim Sala Bim
Casting: Lane Casting
What happens off the front lines, when the combat concludes or has not yet begun, but guns and poverty abound? Pete Muller is an award-winning photojournalist whose work and life serve as enduring provocations on the tensions that lie beneath cycles of conflict. He was named by TIME Magazine as the 2010 Wire Photographer of the Year. At 29 years old he was the youngest person ever to receive the honor. Through his work he aims to illustrate broader issues through individual stories. He strives to create images that ask viewers to give emotional and intellectual consideration to the lives and experiences of those depicted.
I have heard and read different opinions about the wave of Syrian refugees who try to make their way in to EU. Then I went to Lesvos. 7 Days on the Greek Island gave me a healthier human perspective on the situation. Seeing in my own eyes the people behind the headlines and feeling their deep struggle, broke my heart.
Is this the “threat” people talk about? All I could see was courages people in a crisis. I also got to meet brave volunteers from all over the world who reach out to help all people regardless of their religion, race or background. That inspired me.
My hope is that this video will shake some of the bad ideas we sometimes feed ourselves with.
All shot with the Canon 1DC (4K -> HD)
Canon 70-200mm f2.8, Canon 28mm f1.8, Canon 24-105mm f4
Drone Shots with the Phantom2 and Gopro4
Edited on Premiere
A film by Lior Sperandeo
Drone Operator and Camera assist - Joel Davis
Music by - Ravid Kahalani
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