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AMÁ

by Lorna Tucker

synopsis

Revealing one of North America’s darkest secrets, the officially sponsored destruction of Native American families. Children were removed from their families and thousands of women sterilised without their consent. Travelling across some of the loneliest parts of the United States, Tucker interviews victims, officials and whistleblowers, detailing the heart-breaking wrongs visited by government agencies on the Native American population. 

international title: Amá
original title: Amá
country: United Kingdom
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Lorna Tucker
film run: 73'
screenplay: Lorna Tucker
cinematography by: Andrea Vecchiato
film editing: Claire Ferguson, Sergio Mosteiro
music: Jarrod Royles-Atkins, Peter Hellicar
producer: Colin Firth, Ged Doherty, Lorna Tucker, Nuala O’Leary
co-producer: Andrea Vecchiato
executive producer: Charon Asetoyer, Ian Astbury, Claudia Bluemhuber, Livia Firth, Gordon Roddick, Peter Tyson
production: Raindog Film Co.
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