Freshly released: Into the Fire – The Hidden Victims of Austerity in Greece

Into the Fire (cc) by ReelNews, the new documentary about the life of refugees and immigrants in Greece, one of the European border countries at a time of economic crises and rising racism, is being crowd-released today. The directors Guy Smallman and Kate Mara spoke with refugees, asylum seekers, immigrants and undocumented in Greece, to try and get an idea of the state of the asylum procedure in this European border country and what it is like to live in constant fear of being attacked – for having the wrong skin colour.

All over the internet people are embedding Into the Fire on their website or blog. With everyone who participates the audience and distribution network will grow. Further information if you want to be a distributor: intothefire.org/publish

The documentary is available in: Greek, Albanian, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, see:  IntoTheFire.org.

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gender & communication expert, researcher, networker, activist.
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