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Al Jazeera – ‘Still reeling from the Jammeh years, Gambians wait for justice’ documentary

‘A new documentary – ‘I Cannot Bury My Father’ – from The Gambia addresses the alleged torture and murder of opponents by the government of former leader Yahya Jammeh. Victims’ families say they are still waiting for justice.’ Al Jazeera’s Nicolas Haque reports from neighbouring Dakar, Senegal.

#ICannotBuryMyFather

Director & Producer – Nana-Jo Ndow/ANEKED

Presenter – Isaac Mensah

Director of Photography – Jason Florio

Assistant Producer & Second Camera – Festus Jackson Davis

Editor – Gabriel Baron

Animator – Alexis Stern

Translator & Advisor – Zusong Tidana

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See more of Jason Florio’s documentary film work on his website

January-February 2020 – Currently in The Gambia, West Africa

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‘I Cannot Bury My Father’ documentary release 13.01.2020

‘I Cannot Bury My Father‘ A Film by Nana-Jo Ndow/ANEKED

#ICannotBuryMyFather

A short documentary about the 56 West African migrants forcibly disappeared and killed in 2005 in Gambia by security forces on orders of ex-dictator Yahya Jammeh. The film follows Isaac Mensah, one of the victim’s sons, who shares the family’s account of how his father’s death/disappearance continues to take an emotional toll on the family; and his journey to more answers.

‘I Cannot Bury My Father’ – a documentary film by Nana-Jo Ndow/ANEKED
I Cannot Bury My Father‘ reflects on the need for a wider public conversation around migration, extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances, and the issue of ensuring accountability.

Released, Monday 13th January, 2020, you can watch the full documentary online now.
Media: Al Jazeera‘Still reeling from the Jammeh years, Gambians wait for justice’

#ICannotBuryMyFather

Director & Producer – Nana-Jo Ndow/ANEKED

Presenter – Isaac Mensah

Director of Photography – Jason Florio

Assistant Producer & Second Camera – Festus Jackson Davis

Editor – Gabriel Baron

Animator – Alexis Stern

Translator & Advisor – Zusong Tidana

___________________

See more of Jason Florio’s documentary work on his website

January 2020 – Currently in The Gambia, West Africa

Assignment queries and image licensing – Contact here

floriophoto.com

@jasonflorio / @floriotravels  / @jasonflorio_photoprints– Instagram

Jason Florio – Vimeo / Motion

floriophotoNYC – Twitter

Jason Florio Photojournalist – FB

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Photography workshops, The Gambia, with Jason Florio

A very timely reminder, on FB, about our last photography workshop, in The Gambia, January 2014. Timely, because this week we look forward to holding our next workshop, in-country.

Photography Workshops, The Gambia: Student portrait workshop – January 2014. Image ©Jason Florio

More updates on the upcoming workshop, in The Gambia, soon.

Jason Florio

Photographer & Filmmaker

Photography Workshops, The Gambia: Jason Florio teaching portrait photography with young Gambian students – Jan 2014. Image © Helen Jones-Florio

January 2020 – Currently in The Gambia, West Africa

Assignment queries and image licensing – Contact here

floriophoto.com

@jasonflorio / @floriotravels  / @jasonflorio_photoprints– Instagram

Jason Florio – Vimeo / Motion

floriophotoNYC – Twitter

Jason Florio Photojournalist – FB

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Wishing you all a serene New Year

A fisherman paddles past the sandstone banks of River Gambia at Goloumbou, Senegal, West Africa. The water level in the rainy season will reach close to the top of the banks. Image ©Jason Florio - River Gambia Expedition
‘River Gambia Expedition-1044km source-sea African odyssey‘ Image ©Jason Florio

‘Speak a new language…so that the world will be a new world’ Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī

Image © Jason Florio – A fisherman paddles along the River Gambia at Goloumbou, Senegal, West Africa. From the ‘River Gambia Expedition-1044km source-sea African odyssey series

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