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To the Four Winds

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In the Roya valley located between France and Italy, thousands of migrants try to cross the border each month in search for a better life. Cédric Herrou, a local farmer, has been welcoming migrants at his home since the beginning of the crisis, turning his backyard into a much-needed shelter. With the help of friends and volunteers, he challenges French immigration policies which make impossible for these families to set foot on French ground and seek asylum. Filmed during two years by documentary filmmaker Michel Toesca, this everyday hero will do anything to help them, even risking his own freedom.

Running Time: 100 min.
Subject(s): Current Affairs, Human Rights, Immigration and Migration, Politics
Language(s): French
Subtitles: English
Director(s):
Producer(s): Jean-Marie Gigon
Cinematographer: Michel Toesca
Editor(s): Catherine Libert, Michel Toesca
Production Company: SaNoSi Productions

Festival Participation

  • Cannes - 2018
    Golden Eye - Special Jury Mention

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