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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORT DOCUMENTARY

LIFE FOR A CHILD

TFF 2008 Directed by Ed Lachman
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE LIFE FOR A CHILD [TFF 2008]
A look at juvenile diabetes in a developing country, Life for a Child profiles three families, their struggle to survive, the sacrifices they must make for a child with diabetes, and the strength, courage, and humility they demonstrate along the way.
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Documentary
A look at juvenile diabetes in a developing country, Life for a Child profiles three families, their struggle to survive, the sacrifices they must make for a child with diabetes, and the strength, courage, and humility they demonstrate along the way.
Film Information
Year: 2008
Length: 16 minutes
Language: Nepali
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Principal Cast: Ashok KC, Agni Prasad Ghimire, Anupa Dhimal, Dr. Srijana Shrestha
Executive Producer: J. Scott MacGregor
Director: Edward Lachman
Producers: Wayne Lachman, Don Faller
Director of Photography: Wolfgang Thaler, Brian Jackson
Editors: Laura Isreal, Stacey Foster
About the Director(s)
Ed Lachman codirected Harmony Korine's Ken Park as well as Songs for Drella, an homage to Andy Warhol, featuring the music of Lou Reed and John Cale. He has photographed an extensive collection of films, including I'm Not There, The Virgin Suicides, and Erin Brockovich, and received an Academy Award® nomination for best cinematography for Far from Heaven.

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