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, Condemned
September 6, 2014

“Condemned” is a new short film examining how the coal industry forces the Shors out of their traditional lands in southwestern Siberia, Russia.

Filming was done in the region of Kuzbass – one of the world’s largest coal deposits where over 50% Russian coal extracted.

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The Film was produced in 2014 by the Ecodefense Art Production (ecodefense@gmail.com)

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