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Filmmaker Christopher Zalla, whose latest movie won this year's Sundance Film Festival grand prize, is helping Alcides direct a documentary about his life growing up without parents in one of Maputo's poorest suburbs.

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author of this photograph:

Eugene Ahn

people in this photograph:

Christopher Zalla
Maputo project participant

publication details:

Posted 10:10AM on Friday, September 07, 2007 Pacific Time


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