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Serving The Whole Person

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Produced by: Poul Madsen, Henrik Kastenskov

The Ethiopian Mekane Yesus Church owns and runs Aira Hospital - a small but by Ethiopian standards well equipped health facility - situtated in the far western part of rural Ethiopia. Despite financial hardship and lack of the most basic resources the dedicated surgeon Dr. Erik Erichsen and his team of local colleagues try as hard as they possibly can to serve some of the poorest people in the world More…


A Matter of Decency

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Produced by: Henrik Kastenskov, Poul Madsen

Denmark was the first country to sign the UN Convention relating to the status of Refugees in 1951, and since then the small Scandinavian nation has received and helped numerous refugees. Over the past decade, however, national legislation have been tightened repeatedly leading to international criticism. The danish people are torn between national interest and international human rights. Nobody knows the exact number of refugees living illegally underground in Denmark, but it remains a fact that danish citizens deliberately choose to break the law in order to help them. More…


42 - and then some...

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Produced by: Henrik Kastenskov

A story about the Copenhagen Marathon that turned out quit differently, than intended. Originally a straight forward one-day production, but when the main character didn't show up for the appointed interview, we decided - instead of ditching the story altogether - to experiment with the narrative. This is the result. Without the usual gloss of a BFC story - just the narrative. More…


Streetlight

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Produced by: Poul Madsen, Brent Foster, Henrik Kastenskov

Streetlight is a web documentary about street children in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The story documents the work carried out by the Danish-Ethiopian NGO Hope For Children and it is presented in full screen Flash. The Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa is home to thousands of migrant workers - many of them children - who have been brought in from rural areas to work as slaves, especially in prostitution and in the weaving industry. Ethiopia deals with a variety of serious social-economic problems and many foreign NGOs and missionaries therefore operate in the country. More…


Wasteland

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Produced by: Poul Madsen, Brent Foster, Henrik Kastenskov, Line Wolf Nielsen

For almost a century Jharia coal fields have been on fire in the Indian state of Jharkhand, due to poor mining techniques. Many of the people who live on the burning fields survive by collecting coal illegally. The coal is burned and then transported to nearby markets for very little money. A resettlement plan has been put in place, but the area's residents are reluctant to move to safer grounds because the coal earns them their livelihood... More…


The Afghan Diaries

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Produced by: Henrik Kastenskov, Poul Madsen

A three part web documentary depicting two young danish soldiers experiences during one year of preparation for war, close quarter combat and it's aftermath. More…


Life After The Tsunami

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Produced by: Poul Madsen, Peter Hovering

One and a half million people became homeless in just a short moment when a huge tsunami swept in over the countries in Southeast Asia during Christmas 2004. DanChurchAid collected approximately 13.15 million USD for the tsunami-relief. The money was spent on emergency assistance in India and Sri Lanka, for the reconstruction of solid houses, help to the fishing communities, boats, fishing nets and microcredits. But the money was also spent on people who were indirectly affected e.g. the Dalits who did not own land or boats. Now, four years have passed and the programme has been closed down.Come along and visit some of the people who benefitted from the assistance from Denmark. More…


Into The Wild

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Produced by: Poul Madsen, Ellen Stampe

In a fast paced world where time is money and materialism is more important than anything else, some people give up everything to live in harmony with nature. 73-year old Ingolf Oesterby, locally known as "Guf", lives deep in the Danish forest far away from civilization. He does not care about money, about luxury or great haute quisine. This is a portrait of a man who owns nothing but yet is happier than most... More…


Kumbh Mela Allahabad

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Produced by: Poul Madsen & Frederik Hoelge

A 12-minute web documentary in words, pictures and sound about the world's largest religious gathering in India. More…


Bucharest Below Ground

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Produced by: Poul Madsen & Frederik Hoelge

Bucharest below ground is a full screen web documentary about street children in Romania. This cutting edge multimedia presentation uses dynamic images that scale automatically according to the viewer's screen size and/or resolution. More…