Rain in a Dry Land

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Rain in a Dry Land
Directed by Anne Makepeace
Produced by Anne Makepeace
Written by Anne Makepeace
Music by Joel Goodman
Cinematography Joan Churchill, Barney Broomfield
Edited by Mary Lampson
Release date
  • February¬†2006¬†(2006-02)
Running time
82 minutes
Language English

Rain in a Dry Land is a 2006 documentary film directed by Anne Makepeace and filmed by Joan Churchill & Barney Broomfield that chronicles the experiences of two Bantu as they are transported by relief organizations from Kenyan refugee camps to Atlanta, Georgia and then Springfield, Massachusetts.[1]

Rain in a Dry Land Makepeace also wrote and produced the documentary and was broadcast as part of PBS's Point of View series.[2]

References

  1. ^ Anderson, John (6 March 2006). "Review: 'Rain in a Dry Land'". Variety. Retrieved 4 April 2014.
  2. ^ PBS Synopsis

External links

  • Rain in a Dry Land on IMDb
  • Makepeace Productions website - Makepeace Productions website
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