4.40 min., locations: Burundi, Cuba, India, Kenya, Myanmar, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka and South Sudan. Shot with Panasonic GH2 & GH4 - in 2013/14/15
Lost in Freedom - Three years after its inception, the youngest state in the world is already threatening to fail
Rajeshwaris Erwachen - Ein gestrandetes Mädchen aus dem Slum sucht seinen Weg zum Glück
Straßenkinder in Nairobi - Ein Leben zwischen Angst, Betteln und Klebstoff
Tied up on the Loom - Child labour in the Textile industry of Karur
African Canteen - Parents are cooking at school for the students
Forest Life - Back to the roots: How the Adivasi survive eating uncultivated fruits
Hnin Wut Yees way to school - Integration of children with disabilities into regular school
SRI LANKA/ INDIEN/ INDONESIEN
Tsunami: zehn Jahre danach - Was hat die internationale Hilfe langfristig gebracht?
Roland Brockmann lives as a Journalist, Photographer and Video Producer in Berlin.
His documentaries focus on the life of the worldwide disadvantaged, disaster relief and development aid.
He began his work as a Journalist in 1992 after his sociology studies, writing for newspapers and magazines. Thus far he has covered stories from more than fifty countries in Africa, America, Asia and Europe.
He published in national and international media such as: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, GQ, Mare, Playboy, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Die Tageszeitung, Die Welt...
From 2001 to 2003, he worked as a communications specialist for an East African relief organization in Dar es Salaam/Tanzania.
From 2006 to 2007, he was based as a freelance correspondent in Nairobi/Kenya.
Since 2011, he has been producing video documentaries for TV, online media and NGOs.
Roland Brockmann has one son.
Foto: Annette Hauschild