Exodus: Breaking into Europe (Working Title)
  • Year2015
  • Duration60 min

12 months ago, KEO films gave out camera phones to 75 people attempting to break into Europe. They filmed where regular crews could not: on dinghies from Turkey to Greece, in lorries entering Eurostar, or trucks crossing the Sahara. The result is a terrifyingly intimate yet uniquely epic portrait of what has become the biggest story of the decade.

Supported by BBC

  • Director(s): James Bluemel
  • Country: United Kingdom, Afghanistan, Austria, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Gambia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Libya, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of, Morocco, Netherlands, Niger, Norway, Senegal, Serbia, Sweden, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey
  • Language: English
  • Format: dcp
  • Premiere status: World Premiere
Director Filmography
Ballad of AJ Weberman
2006
Credits
Series Editor(s):
Jane Merkin
Producer/Director(s):
Jack MacInnes, Paul Glynn
Executive Producer(s):
William Anderson, Andrew Palmer
Editor(s):
Sunshine Anderson, Simon Sykes
Sales Contact
Name
Katie McInnes
Job Title
Production Assistant
Company
KEO Films
Email
katie.mcinnes@keofilms.com
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