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A People Uncounted

Aaron Yeger / Canada / 2011 / 99 ' / English - Romanian - Czech - Russian - Hungarian - German / S.T. English


Kurt Engfehr
Stephen C. Whitehead
Robi Botos
Marc Swenker & Tom Rasky

Awards & Festivals

Winner, 1st Prize, Romani Film Festival
Winner, LIM Award for Best Documentary, Foyle Film Festival
Winner, Human Rights Award, Festival des libertés
Nominated, Social Justice Award, Santa Barbara International Film festival
Nominated, Golden Orchard Award, Hawaii International Film festival
Nominated, Golden Key, Kassel Documentary Film festival
Nominated, Crystal Heart Award, Heartland Film Festival
Official Selection, Montreal World Film Festival
Official Selection, Mumbai Film Festival
Official Selection, Atlanta Film Festival
Official Selection, Shanghai International Film Festival
Official Selection, Starz Denver Film Festival
Official Selection, Fast Forward Film Festival, Montenegro
Official Selection, Zagreb Jewish Film Festival, Croatia
Official Selection, Beldocs International Documentary Film Festival, Serbia

Upcoming Screenings

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In Production

The untold story of the Roma.


A People Uncounted tells the story of the Roma, commonly referred to as Gypsies-a people who have been both romanticized and vilified in popular culture. The Roma have endured centuries of intolerance and persecution in Europe, most notably the Holocaust genocide where an estimated 500,000 were murdered. A People Uncounted documents their culturally rich yet often difficult lives, and demonstrates how their present state has been deeply shaped by the tragedies of the past.

Filmed in 11 countries and featuring dozens of Roma-including Holocaust survivors, historians, activists and musicians-A People Uncounted brings the Romani history to life through the rich interplay of their poetry, music, and compelling first-hand accounts. As ethnic intolerance flares up across Europe,

A People Uncounted sheds light on this unique culture while placing the Romani story within the larger context of the world's legacy of racism and genocide.


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