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Hurricane

Hurricane

Land is the only thing worth killing, worth fighting, worth lying, and worth dying for. After a devastating hurricane lays waste to their homes, Barbudans must overcome a second and potentially even greater threat—the sale of their island to foreign interests in the name of rebuilding, upending 300 years of communal land ownership.

Title:

Hurricane

Director(s):

Nick Fitzhugh

Year of Release:

2019

Region:

Antigua and Barbuda, USA

Language:

English

Type / Genre:

Documentary

Runtime:

26 minutes

Rating:

PG

Showtimes:

Fri 23 Aug 2019, 2.00pm, APA, Room 02 Q+A

World Premiere


About the Director(s):

Nick Fitzhugh

Nick Fitzhugh

Nick Fitzhugh is an award-winning director, producer and writer and founder of redfitz, a Brooklyn-based production company specializing in cinematic documentary video production. Nick’s first three films have all been licensed by Netflix. The most recent of these is Conflict, a Webby-award-winning documentary series that goes behind the lens of the world’s best conflict photographers. Conflict was funded by the Nat Geo Channel and was acquired by Netflix in 2016. It took home the Webby for Best Documentary Series of the year in 2016.

 

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