Posted By: Mohammad Kashif Wasi
AMERICAN HUSTLE COMEDY DRAMA FILM
Written and Directed by: David O Russell and Eric Warren Singer and Russell
It stars Christian Bale and Amy Adams as two con artists who are forced by an FBI agent (Bradley Cooper) to set up an elaborate sting operation on corrupt politicians, including the mayor of Camden, New Jersey (Jeremy Renner). Jennifer Lawrence plays the unpredictable wife of Bale's character.
• Christian Bale as Irving Rosenfeld (based on Melvin Weinberg)
• Bradley Cooper as FBI Agent Richard "Richie" DiMaso (based on Anthony Amoroso, Jr.)
• Amy Adams as Sydney Prosser / Lady Edith Greensly (based on Evelyn Knight)
• Jeremy Renner as Mayor Carmine Polito (based on Angelo Errichetti)
• Jennifer Lawrence as Rosalyn Rosenfeld (based on Cynthia Marie Weinberg)
• Louis C.K. as Stoddard Thorsen
• Jack Huston as Pete Musane
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Austin Humphries' award-winning documentary Mikono ya Wavuvi (In Fishermen's Hands) explores the daily loss of life in coral reefs and the diminishing livelihood of the fishermen on the coast of Kenya.
** Winner of the People's Choice Award at the Beneath the Waves Film Festival (March 2013) **
Coral reefs are one of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the world, and globally, millions of people depend on the resources they provide. In East Africa, along the coast of Kenya, fishing is often the only option for work, and as a result, communities are highly reliant on coral reefs for food and livelihood. This has resulted in increasingly degraded coral reefs, where very few fish remain and sea urchins take over. Consequently, some fishermen have identified a need for change. This has resulted in an exciting movement for the establishment of community-managed areas closed to fishing, locally called a ‘tengefu’, which is a Swahili term meaning ‘to set something aside’. This is a short film about marine conservation in Kenya and the struggle between fishermen saving the ocean or saving their livelihood.