Liberia ‘77 – DVD
Imagine life with no photographs. No smiling faces. No family snapshots. No record of your past. Welcome to Liberia… When Canadian brothers Jeff and Andrew Topham return to the war torn West African country of their childhood to re-shoot their father’s photos from the 70s, they find a nation whose own photographic history was destroyed by war. Suddenly their tattered envelope of family photos takes on a significance they never could have imagined. Liberia ’77 shows how despite time, war, distance and culture, photography connects us all. $20 (2010, 73:30)
** Best Documentary (POV) – Yorkton Film Festival 2011 ** Best Director – Yorkton Film Festival 2011 ** Best Documentary – Houston Film Critic’s Society 2011 ** Plantinum Award – Houston International Film Festival 2011 ** Audience Choice Best Film – Possible Worlds Sydney Canadian Film Festival 2011 ** Official Selection – African Film Festival Australia 2012 ** Official Selection – Vues D’Afrique International African Film Festival Montreal 201
Liberia ‘77: Then and Now Prints
Select Prints by John, Andrew and Jeff Topham from the Exhibition Liberia’77: Then and Now. Available in 9″x14″ and 14″x20″.
You Are Here
Girls on Randall Street
Evelyn in Green Chair
Waiting for the Break
The Relda Theatre 2010
Joe John’s Smile
On the Harbel Road
A Helping Hand
Liberia ‘77 Limited Edition T-Shirts (SOLD OUT)
Liberia ’77 Limited Edition T-shirts suitable for casual daily wear or for serious collectors. Available while supplies last. (Colours not exactly as seen) !SOLD OUT!