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Terry Asma and Katrina Simmons - Cambodian Documentary20140302 - Terry Asma and Katrina Simmons Return to Cambodia to Film Landmine Survivor Documentary

The southern Ontario based Canadian photo-journalist team of Terry Asma and Katrina Simmons from 2020studios.com have returned to Cambodia!

Their first visit to Cambodia in 2005, resulted in raising awareness of the landmine issue in Cambodia with their gallery of photos:
'Living With Landmines' (Click here to view).

Their return to Cambodia on February 21st, 2014, will see them travel into the remote villages of Battambang province for 2-3 weeks with AMFW board member Lisa McCoy and her local team.

While here, they will film a documentary on a bicycle repair shop run by a landmine survivor, Nil Noy, as well as producing a photo gallery to show the impact of landmines on the lives of people living with landmines.


Sophea on set with filmakers Terry & Katrina
20140715 - 2020studios - Living With Landmines

This slide show is from their February assignment in Cambodia with the Canadian NGO team "A Mine Free World". Touching photos of landmine survivors in Cambodiawith the Canadian NGO team "A Mine Free World". There are an estimated six to eight million landmines still left in the ground in Cambodia., where about three quarters of Cambodians live in the rural countryside, where at least six million landmines are still buried. Living with Landmines in Cambodia

Farmers risk their lives to grow food where landmines have not been cleared. One in five Cambodians lives below the country's poverty line of $1,086/year!

In this slideshow, you will see some of the landmine survivors A Mine Free World has recently helped. A Mine Free World connects landmine survivors and their families with rehabilitation services, along with grants which make life better, one community at a time.

A slide show from a recent assignment in Cambodia with the Canadian NGO team "A Mine Free World". There are an estimated six to eight million landmines still left in the ground in Cambodia. This is version has no narration,.. it does have some great guitar work from Canadian guitarist Jesse Cook

Many THANKS to Terry Asma from 2020studios.com for this EXCELLENT slideshow presentation AND Canadian guitarist Jesse Cook (Canadian Juno award winner, Music Canada winner, Acoustic Guitar Player's Choice Award and has been nominated for countless more awards) for his permission to use some of his work for the background music. Thanks as well to Sophea, Lisa and Katrina for your involvement in making this slideshow!

UPDATE: October 2014

The Hamilton Independent Media Awards - "The Maggies"

Website: urbanicity.ca

Congratulations to 2020studios - Living With Landmines, on their win for the Best Journalist - Social Justice & Human Rights

Their touching photos of landmine survivors in Cambodia, were taken during their visit to Cambodia in March 2014. WATCH THE VIDEO

Note from Terry: Katrina and I are excited and humbled beyond words on winning the 2014 Maggie award for Best Journalist- Social Justice and Human Rights. Winning this award would never have happened without your help and support along the way. Thanks to all for taking the time to vote for us.




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