Insight into the making of Time is Dust
Filmmakers Gerry Hadden and Armando Guerra discuss with Elaine Reyes some of their observations from producing Time is Dust.
Photos: Illegal gold mining in Peru
Photos from the harsh working conditions in the gold mines of Peru.
Production locations of Time is Dust
Here are the approximate locations where Time is Dust was shot.
Photos: Behind the scenes of Time is Dust
More photos from behind the scenes while producing Time is Dust.
Gerry and Armando: Team Chicken Unite!
Armando and I don’t like to take risks. We don’t put ourselves in danger’s way. On reporting trips we sniff out that line and we respect it. I have a partner and young kids. And a big yellow line running down my spine.
Of gear, music and the evolution of a sequence
For Time is Dust we wanted to go light with gear. Our original idea was to produce two short pieces in Peru –One on the illegal mining problem and another on the recovery of a fish species. However, once we saw how complex the mining story was we decided to focus on it completely–. We […]