where do our electronics go at the end of their life?

A FILM BY DAVID FEDELE (20mins/2012)

David Fedele is an independent documentary filmmaker, musician, composer, explorer and dreamer; always striving to push boundaries with his art.

David mainly works alone, self-producing and self-funding his own projects, outside of any existing system or industry.

For the past ten years he has been traveling the globe with a video camera in his backpack, mainly documenting humanitarian, environmental and social justice issues, in a self-taught style which he calls “cinematic journalism”.

David’s films have explored such diverse topics as sub-Saharan African migration in North and West Africa, electronic waste (e-waste) in Ghana, chronic kidney disease due to pesticide use in Sri Lanka, and illegal logging in Papua New Guinea, and have been screened widely, including at the European Union in Brussels (Belgium), winning numerous awards.

He is currently working on a new film called THIS JUNGO LIFE, documenting the lives of Sudanese refugees and asylum seeker living and sleeping on the streets of Rabat, Morocco.

David was selected to participate in Berlinale Talents as part of Berlin International Film Festival in 2014. He has also been a jury member at the Cinema Planeta International Environmental Film Festival in Cuernavaca, Mexico, and President of the jury at the SREM International Environmental Film Festival in Serbia.

David self-distributes his films, with a strong focus on grassroots, independent and community screenings and he shares all of his films and music for free online.