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In the Shadow of Ebola
USA | 2014 | 26 min | HD projection
documentary | section: Wisconsin’s Own
plays in: Blood

Premiere Status: World

directed by: Sarita Siegel, Gregg Mitman
cinematographer: Alexander Wiaplah, Jojin Van Winkle, Sarita Siegel
editor: Sarita Siegel
producer: Sarita Siegel, Gregg Mitman
The Ebola virus crisis is brought into vivid focus through this on-the-ground documentary directed by Sarita Siegel and UW-Madison’s own Gregg Mitman. In the Shadow of Ebola tells the story of Emmanuel Urey, a Liberian student at school here in Madison, and his desperate effort to get family members safely out of Monrovia before the virus spreads uncontrollably. Struggling with visa issues and government mandated quarantine, the plight of Urey’s family and their attempts to make it to safety bring this issue harrowingly to life and extremely close to home.

- Ben Reiser
Presented with the support of the Center for Russia, East Europe & Central Asia and the UW-Madison Russian Flagship Program
Scheduled to attend: Gregg Mitman, Director
 
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