Vote On Diana Nava’s Documentary: Thousands of Those People / Miles de Esas Personas

Do you like short films on child development and want to bring your contribution? Someone needs your vote!

Diana Nava Artigas is a Spanish Director participating in a short film documentary contest organized within the framework of the FUNDACIÓN TELEFÓNICA DOCUMENTA a project run by Fundación Telefónica with the aim of focusing social action in the 15 countries wherein they are present by contributing to the development of individuals and communities that build the society of the future.

In a few words, Diana Nava’s documentary, Miles de Esas Personas lasts for 2’52” and showcases the life and dreams of thousands of children inside and outside a refugee camp in Algerian Western Sahara desert. Thousands of these children are under 15 years.

I uploaded it directly from YouTube but in order to vote for it, you have to go to their website.

So, if you like the documentary yourself, please vote on Miles de Esas Personas (subtitled in English) directly on the Fundación Telefónica Documenta website.

About Cristina Popa

Cristina is a WordPress blogger who regularly writes or shares updates on media, public affairs and various topics of interest. You may follow her on Communication for Development WP blog or Twitter @CristinaPopa0
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2 Responses to Vote On Diana Nava’s Documentary: Thousands of Those People / Miles de Esas Personas

  1. It’s really sad that children are living in such conditions, but it’s very uplifting that they have such wonderful dreams. Very inspiring. Just goes to show how resilient children can be.

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