Paris, Don’t Bury Your Dreams

  • April 8, 2016

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Society & Solidarity

On the occasion of International Romani Day, Ross Domoney’s new film celebrates a strong culture that continues to struggle day after day.

One family’s journey of social exclusion in the communist-dominated district of Nanterre, Paris leads to a confrontation with the police and solidarity from brave immigrants. The Usari family from Romania are not welcomed in France but battle with the help of locals and brave foreigners for the right to get a roof over their head.

Ross Domoney

Ross Domoney is an award-winning independent documentary maker and video journalist. He focuses on non-presenter lead, observational filmmaking about political struggles from around the world. He also produces documentary films that are often character lead. Ross has worked in Syria, Turkey, Ukraine and the DR Congo, to name a few.

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