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Synopsis

The documentary film Wandering, a Rohingya Story is an immersive, poetic and powerful look into the biggest refugee camp in the world, the Kutupalong refugee camp. In 2017, within a few months, 700,000 people of the Rohingya Muslim minority fled Myanmar (formerly Burma) to escape genocide and seek asylum in Bangladesh. Between poetry and nightmares, food distribution and soccer games, the Rohingyas of Kutupalong camp bear witness to their daily lives and to the ghosts of the past.

Special collaborations

In collaboration with Rohingya refugees Kala Miya and Mohammed Shofi. Inspired by the work and research by documentary photographer Renaud Philippe.

 
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POET-FIXER-SOUND

KALA MIYA

NARRATOR

MOHAMMED SHOFI 

FILM DIRECTORS-PRODUCERS
DIRECTORS OF PHOTOGRAPHY

MÉLANIE CARRIER

OLIVIER HIGGINS

RENAUD PHILIPPE

OLIVIER HIGGINS

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
RESEARCH

RENAUD PHILIPPE

COLORIST

JÉROME CLOUTIER

SOUND CONCEPTOR

PIERRE-JULES AUDET

PHOTO CREDITS

RENAUD PHILIPPE

EDITORS

AMÉLIE LABRÈCHE

OLIVIER HIGGINS

MUSIC

MARTIN DUMAIS

SOUND EDITOR

LUC BOUDRIAS

TRANSLATORS

MOHAMMED SHOFI

RAHIMA BEGUM
MOHAMMED ZAKARIA

ARIK GIFAR