The Shona people are cut in half from the world’s most densely mined area, a strip of land left by rhodesi army during the war. Many years later a group of nomads sappers lives and work along the minefield. It’s not a simple question of hunger, but of an explosive war together with the dangers of digging the barren field.
by Ross Bolidai
UK, Mozambico , 2016
Ross Bolidai is a documentary filmmaker based in Britain. With his short film “No More Limits Left” he won the Royal Television Society Award. He holds a master degree in documentary Direction at the National Film and Television School and directed “The Harvest”. He graduated with “Coalville Gold”, presented at various festivals around the world. At the time he is collaborating with Channel 4 in Britain and he is preparing his first tv documentary.