CURRENT AFFAIRS, 2023 / NZZ FORMAT, SRF & 3SAT / DIR & CO-PROD BY WEINERT BROTHERS / 45′ & 30′
After only a few years of fragile democracy under the leadership of Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s military took power in a bloody coup on February 1, 2021. Among those who remained in the country, thousands have taken up arms to fight against the new dictator, General Min Aung Hlaing.
In the weeks leading up to the Taliban takeover, the imminent collapse of the Afghan government becomes more and more evident. What does this mean for Afghanistan’s citizens? We followed Afghans during the last days before the Taliban regained power.
Child Labour in Pakistan
CURRENT AFFAIRS, 2021 / Y-KOLLEKTIV, FUNK / HELMUT SCHMIDT JOURNALIST AWARD WINNER / DIR BY WEINERT BROTHERS / 16′
Why is child labour still so prevalent? We search for answers in Pakistan and meet children as young as eight, who have to work under hazardous conditions instead of going to school. Can supply chain laws and consumer boycotts improve their situation?
D.R. Congo: Ebola Returns
CURRENT AFFAIRS, 2019 / ARTE / PETER SCHOLL-LATOUR AWARD WINNER / DIR BY WEINERT BROTHERS / 24′
Ebola is back in the Congo. Experienced teams of healthcare professionals are working hard to control the outbreak. But civil war and mistrust of authority is making it difficult to fight the deadly virus.
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