Director, Sherry LePage ; producer, Tracey Friesen ; editor, Mandy Leith ; cinematographer, Doug Sjoquist ; composer/sound designer, Dennis Burke ; location sound, Lisa Kolisnyk ; additional footage, Grant Wakefield, Bill Weaver, Sherry LePage, Linda Morgan, Tom Jackson ; musician, Amy Houston, Joseph Pepe Danza ; vocals, Mohammed Ahmed ; dialogue editor, Andre Iwanchuk ; re-recording mixer, Ewan Deane ; stock footage, ITN Archive ; video post production services, Rainmaker Digital Pictures, Big Red Barn Post ; producer, initial development, Gillian Darling Kovanic ; story consultant, Heather C Martin ; director consultant, Bill Weaver ; production clerk, Christine Sears ; production supervisor, Kathryn Lynch ; program administrator, Bruce Hagerman ; executive producer, Graydon McCrea
This documentary is about Canadian artist Deryk Houston, who in 1999, had a life-altering journey to Baghdad. Unable to remain an outside observer of the crisis in Iraq, Deryk traveled to witness first-hand the impact of international sanctions on the Iraqi people. Compelled to speak out, the artist embarked upon a unique nature art project designed to call attention to the situation of the children of Iraq. Using rocks, gravel and hay, Deryk began to create large-scale art installations in the image of a mother and child against diverse landscapes around the world.
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