Here is a short, rough clip we edited on the road, while in Guam. This is part of our larger documentary and research project focused on the issue of the US Military Buildup in Guam and the CNMI.
This short piece depicts the day of the "Pagat protests", which became the site of the largest community protest in Guam in 15 years.
Pagat is an ancestral site for the Indigenous Chamorro people, and has been identified and may potentially be condemned by the US Department of Defense, as a firing range for military training.
Pagat has been placed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation's 11 Most endangered sites:
please see savepagatvillage.com for more info
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Produced by Hermon Farahi & Jeannae Flores for Artifact Films (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Shot and Edited by Hermon Farahi
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