Not Far from Bolgatanga

This short documentary demonstrates how international aid works, or fails to work, in the transfer of technology from a more to a less industrialized society. In the late 1970s, the government of Ghana, with the help of the Canadian International Development Agency, drilled wells and installed hand-operated pumps in many of the African country’s villages in an effort to provide a clean and convenient water supply. The film explores the relationships between people, environment, technology and nations of varying levels of industrialization from a decidedly Western perspective.

Générique

réalisateur
Michael Rubbo
producteur
Michael Rubbo
réalisateur
Barrie Howells
producteur
Barrie Howells
producteur exécutif
Barrie Howells
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Michael Rubbo
montage
Michael Rubbo
caméra
Fred Coleman
son
Samuel Boafo
montage sonore
André Galbrand
ré-enregistrement
Jean-Pierre Joutel

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