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article imageFilm crew heading back to document Haiti recovery

By KJ Mullins     Jun 1, 2010 in Entertainment
The Inside Disaster documentary crew is returning to Haiti to film how the island nation is coping five months after the earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince.
Donations, media attention and funds are drying up in Haiti as millions without proper shelter or care await hurricane season.
The Inside Disaster crew will return to follow those they tracked during the month-long filming immediately after the earthquake while covering breaking stories.
{image(69399, left,large)}Director Nadine Paqueneza said in a press release obtained by Digital Journal, "When a disaster first hits, media coverage is intense, but the news reports are short-lived. Humanitarian agencies remain years after a big disaster to help reconstruct a country. The obstacles they face are many and complex. Inside Disaster explores the issues surrounding disaster recovery, reconstruction and prevention."
The series will air on TVO, Canal D, Access and SCN in 2011 and is being distributed by ITV Studios Global Entertainment, which has all rights to the series outside Canada. Produced in association with TVO, ITVS Global Entertainment, Canal D, ACCESS, SCN and ichannel, with the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and the participation of the Canadian Television Fund.
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