SDG 10: Reduced Inequality • 13m
“Home: Aamir” is the first of a series of Surround Vision 360 degree films exploring the meaning of home through the stories of refugees in the Calais “Jungle”. This first film, a collaboration between the National Theatre, Surround Vision and Room One, follows a 22-year-old man escaping the threat of murder in Sudan.
Director: Rufus Norris, Toby Coffey & Erfan Saadati
Producer: Richard Nockles, James Louis Hedley, & Johanna Nicholls
2016 | 12 min
The Jungle, Calais, France
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