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FACT: Women produce 43% of the food in developing countries but own less than 10% of the land.

When women in developing countries have secure rights to land and property, it creates a ripple of benefits for their families and communities. This 3-part documentary series, "Women's Land Rights" A Ripple Effect" produced for USAID; examines why land matters for women and young girls in Ethiopia, India and Kenya. Narrated by Golden Globe and Emmy-award winning actor, S. Epatha Merkerson. (Law & Order and Lincoln).

Principal Cinematography: US, Ethiopia, India and Kenya
Format: HD (Canon 7D & Sony EX1/EX3)
Audio: 5.1 Surround Sound & Stereo

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Founder of Indigo Creative Works, Shellée is an award-winning multimedia producer, storyteller, writer and director. We are a full-service, creative media services firm that delivers results on budget, on time. Our primary asset is "storytelling" powered…


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Founder of Indigo Creative Works, Shellée is an award-winning multimedia producer, storyteller, writer and director. We are a full-service, creative media services firm that delivers results on budget, on time. Our primary asset is "storytelling" powered by award-winning, experienced brand builders, creative visionaries and storytellers. We collaborate with our clients to craft stories and content with powerful messages across multiple platforms that builds brands and connects with consumers.

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