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    Mass E Bhat

    This eye-opening film portrays life in the impoverished country from the perspective of its child labourers. Edited by - Hugh Williams (Black Gold, 24 hours A&E) Music by - John Pandit, Lou Beck...

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    Mass E Bhat

    Directed by Hannan Majid & Richard York 2014 72 min

    You can buy Mass E Bhat & AmaZulu in this special bundle. Both documentaries focus on children in South Africa and Bangladesh.

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    Mass E Bhat

    'Mass E Bhat' is a feature length documentary produced by The Rainbow Collective with the support of Channel 4 Britdoc Foundation, Openvizor and CBA DFID (Worldview).
    Hard-hitting and unforgettable, Mass-e-Bhat explores the unseen impact of capitalism's invisible hand. Framed around the inspiring life of Nasir, a child labourer turned social worker from Bangladesh, Mass-e-Bhat presents a portrait of the developing world as experienced by it's children. Having worked under abysmal conditions in sweat shop garment factories at the age of 8, Nasir now rescues "working children" by enrolling them in school. Moving stories about the people who live in poverty to produce our clothes are presented alongside Nasir's quest to better his life, and the lives of other child labourers.

    Sales form this film go towards youth projects in Bangladesh

    Mass E Bhat was nominated for Best Documentary and Best Soundtrack at the East End Film Festival in London.
    Frontline Club, London
    Ele Fest 2014
    International Labour Film Festival 2015, Turkey
    Workers Unite Films Festival 2015, New York
    Victoria Film Festival 2015, Canada
    Cutting East Film Festival 2015,
    Freedom Week 2015. London

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