Into the labyrinth

Into the labyrinth

It’s been 18.5 years since I first became professionally involved in filmmaking. I’ve spent a great deal of time working with technical aspects of filmmaking – scripting, filming, editing, etc. – but these things are behind me now. Everything...
Keep your dreams

Keep your dreams

I first launched ‘The Human, Earth Project’ after learning of the abduction of my young Hmong friend, M.   The impossible dream behind the project was to get M home. M was taken from her home in northern Vietnam in July 2011, and presumed trafficked...
Speaking in tongues

Speaking in tongues

Today I want to recognise a few of the unsung heroes behind the scenes here at ‘The Human, Earth Project’ – the interpreters and translators who have made ‘Sisters For Sale’ possible. ‘Sisters For Sale’, our feature...
A touch of colour

A touch of colour

I met Marta Farina on my very first trip to Vietnam, seven years ago. I spent two weeks with Marta and her then-partner Fausto, getting to know Sapa and the Hmong girls who have now become the focus of our feature documentary, ‘Sisters For Sale’. The next...
Almost killed me

Almost killed me

I never imagined making a feature film would be easy, but I never knew how hard it was going to be. You pick the film apart. You put it back together. You watch it again, and again, until you just can’t see it anymore. You push yourself, just a little further....

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