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Title The dark side of chocolate / Bastard Film & TV presents ; a film by Miki Mistrati and U. Roberto Romano ; cinematographer, Henrick Bohn Ipsen ; film editing, Andreas Birch Eriksen ; producer, Helle Faber ; script, Miki Mistrati.
Imprint [Copenhagen, Denmark] : Bastard Film & TV ; [Washington, DC] : brought to you by Green America, [2010]

 MUSKINGUM DVD  HD 6250 .A37 2010    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM DVD  HD 6250 .A37 2010    AVAILABLE  
Subject Child labor -- Africa.
Child trafficking -- Africa.
Cocoa trade -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Chocolate industry -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Alt Name Mistrati, Miki, 1968-
Romano, U. Roberto.
Faber, Helle.
Ipsen, Svante Karlshøj.
Bateson, David, 1960-
Ipsen, Henrick Bohn.
Eriksen, Andreas Birch.
Bastard Film (Firm)
Green America.
Description 1 videodisc (approximately 47 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 screening host toolkit
polychrome rdacc
System Details DVD-R.
Note This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives.
Includes a screening host toolkit which contains the following resources: Model invitations; Suggested screening schedule; Suggested talking points for immediately before and after the film; Discussion questions; Key concepts for educators (child labor and its worst forms; Harkin-Engel protocol; fair trade; slavery and human trafficking); What is fair trade?; Fair trade resources.
English dialogue; some dialogue in French and other languages with English subtitles.
Performer Journalist, Svante Karlshøj Ipsen ; narrator, David Bateson.
Summary "A team of journalists investigate how human trafficking and child labor in the Ivory Coast fuels the worldwide chocolate industry. The crew interview both proponents and opponents of these alleged practices, and use hidden camera techniques to delve into the gritty world of cocoa plantations."
OCLC # 717384689

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