Recycled Life

Synopsis

From the Filmmaker (IMDb.com): The dramatic and touching story of thousands of adults, children, and generations of families who have been living and working in the largest and most toxic landfill in Central America, the Guatemala City Garbage Dump, over the last sixty years.

EJO's Role

Edward James Olmos narrates this documentary short

The Numbers

Recycled Life debuted at the Brooklyn International Film Festival in June 2006.

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Awards
  • 2007 Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Documentary (Short Subject)
  • 2006 San Luis Obispo Film Festival: Won Best Documentary Short
  • 2006 Human Rights Night, Bologna, Italy: Won Best Documentary Short
  • 2006 Newport Beach International Film Festival: Won Best Documentary Short
  • 2006 Mendocino Film Festival: Won Best Documentary Short
  • 2006 Tahoe/Reno Film Festival: Won Best Documentary Short
  • 2006 Ojai International Film Festival: Won Best Documentary Short
  • 2006 Official Selection for South by Southwest International Film Festival, Brooklyn International Film Festival, Boston International Film Festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival, Global Peace International Film Festival, Los Angeles International Film Festival, Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, and Boston Latino Flm Festival.

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