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Vanessa Redgrave’s Film Debut as a Documentary Film Director Brings The Refugee Crisis Up Close

Vanessa Redgrave’s Film Debut as a Documentary Film Director Brings The Refugee Crisis Up Close

The 55th New York Film Festival featured  Vanessa Redgrave’s debut as a documentary film director. The Sea Sorrow is produced by Ms. Redgrave’s son Carlo Nero. This film is a plea for a western response to the world’s refugee crisis based on the international human right laws signed and rarified after World War II. Featured in the film are fellow British actors Ralph Fiennes and Emma Thomson.  At times the film is hard to watch because she does not shy away from showing the sufferings of the refugees in the squalor  of the camps in France called the “Jungle” or children clinging on to rescuers as they try to get out of the rubber boats after their dangerous crossing of the Mediterranean Sea. This is a passionate project for Ms. Redgrave and she is successful in getting her message across.

Vanessa Redgrave, Carlo Nero

Vanessa Redgrave, Carlo Nero

Vanessa Redgrave

Vanessa Redgrave

Carlo Nero

Carlo Nero

Vanessa Redgrave

Vanessa Redgrave

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Magda Katz has been in the entertainment world for most of her life as a child actress, assistant to the head publicist of Avco Embassy Pictures, theatrical print agent. She went on to manage the show business career of her 2 children for over 15 years. For the last five years Magda has been filming and editing video trailers of live performances as well as celebrity interviews. Broadway After Dark was the first website to feature her video trailers. She contributed in creating a star studded 90th birthday party for Mickey Rooney at Feinstein’s at the Regency Hotel. Her video trailers have a large international following. Videos are featured on www.t2conline.com. All of Magda’s videos can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/user/MagdaCorrespondent

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