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Caganoff -- The garden at the end of the world... -- 2010

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Author Caganoff, Gary.
Caganoff, Dan.
Title The garden at the end of the world [videorecording] : a documentary on Afghanistan / by Gary Caganoff.
Imprint [S.l.]: Lysis, 2010.
Physical Description 1 videodisc (48.56 minutes) : sd., col. ; 12 cm.
Notes Title from cover.
Disc characteristics: DVD.
In English and Dari (with English subtitles).
Summary: “The Garden at the End of the World is a confronting documentary on Afghanistan illustrating the tragic consequences of war, and the widespread hunger, homelessness and lawlessness that it causes. The film, by award winning Australian filmmaker Gary Caganoff, portrays the lives of the hardest hit, the widows and orphans, who number in tens of thousands, following two remarkable Australian women; humanitarian, Mahboba Rawi, and internationally recognised permaculturalist Rosemary Morrow, who offer alternatives to the ‘reconstruction’ efforts that have not worked. Through these two remarkable women Caganoff elicits stories and images of Afghanistan rarely seen before. Neither sentimental nor sensational the film is remarkable, reaching into the depths and complexities of war torn Afghanistan.” (website).
Added statement of responsibility in extra materials on DVD: “Photos Gary Caganoff ; Music Dan Caganoff ; authoring Gary Caganoff”.
Subject Headings Sustainable agriculture – Afghanistan.
Sustainable development – Afghanistan.
Poverty – Afghanistan.
Orphans – Afghanistan.
Child welfare – Afghanistan.
Web Address (accessed 15 August 2010)
Accession Number 13827
Language English
Language Code E
Copies 1
Record Number 12330