Red Zone Paramedics

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Red Zone Paramedics is a documentary film about an ambulance crew working the night shift on New Years Eve in Mitchells Plain, an area of Cape Town with high levels of gang related violence. Long granular shots winding through darks streets while navigating the visceral complexities of delivering healthcare in a city of complex contradictions – this is a film about the everyday experiences of life on the road.

Cape Town
V&A 6
Sun 3 June / 8pm + Q&A
Labia 1
Thu 7 June / 8pm + Q&A
Labia 3
Sun 10 June / 6pm
Johannesburg
R'bank
Tue 5 June / 6.45pm
Director(s):
Leanne Brady
Country:
South Africa
Year:
2017
Duration:
16 minutes

Guests

Leanne Brady Director

Public Health System Activist | Health Systems Researcher | Documentary Filmmaker | Photographer | Doctor