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Homeland Lost - Palestine

Homeland Lost - Palestine

Homeland Lost is Alan’s most widely-exhibited body of work. This, the first instalment, documents the plight of Palestinian refugees displaced from their homelands in Israel.

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Homeland Lost - The Saharawi

Homeland Lost - The Saharawi

Over 25 years after the ceasefire between the Polisario Front and Morocco, the Western Sahara still awaits the referendum that will determine its fate – independence, or unification with Morocco.

In the second instalment of Homeland Lost, Alan Gignoux looks at how the Saharawi of Western Sahara have been affected by occupation and displacement.

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Human Accumulations

Human Accumulations

This unique and multi-layered project tells the moving story of one of America’s greatest natural wonders: Niagara Falls.

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Forests of Latvia

Forests of Latvia

During October of 2017, Alan entered a residency with the Rucka Arts Centre in Cesis, Latvia. While there, he documented the beauty of the forest, and the relationship between the woods and the people of Latvia. 

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Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes

Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes

The ancient mountain forests of Appalachia are being felled. What remains is an eerie, barren, and lunar landscape of rough-hewn rock. In Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes, Alan Gignoux witnesses the devastating effects of mountaintop removal in America’s coal heartland.

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Oil Sands

Oil Sands

Environmentalists have called the exploitation of the Oil Sands in Northern Alberta “one of the biggest global warming crimes in history.” And yet, the industry continues to thrive.

Oil Sands looks at the environmental damage, the booming local economy, and the ever-changing fortunes of the Albertan people. Speaking to people from across society, Alan asks them all one simple question: are the Oil Sands a blessing or a curse?

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We Made Every Living Thing From Water

In this documentary film, Independent journalist Paul Cochrane and researcher Dr Karim Eid-Sabbagh investigate the political economy of water in Lebanon.

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A Letter From Venezuela

A Letter From Venezuela

A letter From Venezuela is a 57-minute documentary about contemporary Venezuela and the economic and political phenomena the country has been experiencing in the last few years.