Can’t Do It In Europe (2005)

Source: http://planetinfocus.org/festival/cant-do-it-europe

Some people travel to Bolivia to go down the dangerous Silva mines, to witness contemporary medieval working conditions. Are they crawling through the dangerous tunnels to enrich their knowledge or to escape boredom? What does this say about eco-tourism?

Charlotta Copcutt studied documentary film-making and radio production at Biskops-arnö Folkhögskola and modern literature at the University of Lund. Currently she writes for an independent fanzine, gives workshops in cartoon drawing and helps children publish their own newspaper at a children’s’ library in Valparaíso, Chile.

Anna Weitz a journalist, studied documentary film-making and radio production at Biskops-arnö Folkhögskola, political science and political economy at the University of Lund and journalism at Skurups Folkhögskola.

Anna Klara Ahrén graduated from the tv/media program at Sturegymnasiet, Halmstad. She studied documentary film-making, radio production at Biskops-arnö Folkhögskola and ethnology at the University of Lund 2005. Currently she runs a cultural café in Halmstad and works as a mosaic artist.

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