Photography is connection.
Photography is history.
Photography is life.

Produced byStranger Productions

Project Updates

News and information about the Liberia ‘77 project.

Vancouver screening! THU 08 DEC @ Denman Cinema

We’re super happy to announce a Vancouver big screen showing of Liberia ’77, thanks to Canada Screens and the First Weekend Club – Thursday Dec 8 at the Denman St Cinema… get tickets here!

First Weekend Club’s Canada Screens Series Presents Liberia ’77

With live music and complimentary wine tasting reception and a Q&A with filmmakers Jeff Topham, Melanie Wood and Andrew Topham.

Event details:

When: Thursday, December 8th, 2011
Where: Denman Cinema (1737 Comox Street at Denman)
6:30pm: Doors open with live music and complimentary wine tastings courtesy of Road 13 Winery 7:30pm: Film Screening followed by a live Q&A with filmmakers Jeff Topham, Melanie Wood and Andrew Topham.
Cost: $15 dollars in advance by PayPal or $16 at the door (includes glass of wine, music and film).

Buy Tickets Online Now!

Thursday, December 8th, 2011 at The Denman Cinemas

CANADA SCREENS CARD HOLDERS: Please send your RSVP to by Wednesday December 7th.

This event is brought to you by First Weekend Club, proudly supporting Canadian film since 2003.

About the film Liberia ’77:

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.


WorldFest-Houston 2011
Platinum Award for feature Documentary
Houston Critics’ Choice Award 2011 Best Feature Documentary

Yorkton Film Festival Golden Sheaf Awards
Best POV Documentary & Best Director (Non-Fiction)

Possible Worlds Sydney Film Festival 2011
Winner Audience Award