Dangerous Crossings shines a light on the dangers of refugee migrations from Africa to war-stricken Yemen via the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea, and sends a key message: think twice before making the perilous journey.
Witnessing the power and impact of standing with refugees through film and meeting the filmmakers that created these campaigns.
The "Refugee Voices in Film" conference held at the Cannes Film Festival 2016 demonstrated the growing global outcry to stop the deaths and help refugees who have no choice but to flee. Broadcasters, humanitarian agencies and filmmakers can make a difference, together.
The "From Dhaka to Cannes" initiative is an annual programme to help connect films and filmmakers from Bangladesh with the International film fraternity.
A Monaco-based, non-profit, non-governmental organization, the IEFTA organizes, finances and promotes festivals,
exhibition, education and development.
IEFTA promotes cultural diversity and international understanding and to engage the art of cinema.
Central to the IEFTA mandate is connecting new and emerging filmmakers with established members of the entertainment community.
At our Film Pro Meetings, emerging filmmakers meet, learn from and are inspired and mentored by established industry professionals.
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