Media – Traditional Masquerades, The Gambia © Jason Florio / Brussels Airlines

  ‘the non-human form of the masquerade gives the viewer the impression of a spirit being…’ Jason Florio – BInspired/Brussels Airlines inflight magazine (page 9). See more about our masquerades series, in the Gambia, and Senegal, West Africa. Forest Festival, Casamance, Senegal, West Africa- made for United Purpose, NGO – ©Jason Florio & Helen Jones-Florio. _____ AvailableContinue reading “Media – Traditional Masquerades, The Gambia © Jason Florio / Brussels Airlines”

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Gambia documentary screening at Pan African Film & Arts Festival, 2019, LA

We Never Gave Up – Stories of Courage in Gambia Gambia documentary screening at Pan African Film & Arts Festival – We are honoured to have ‘We Never Gave Up – Stories of Courage in Gambia‘, made for Amnesty International, chosen to be shown in its entirety at the 27th PAFF, Los Angeles, CA, February 7-18,Continue reading “Gambia documentary screening at Pan African Film & Arts Festival, 2019, LA”

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Youtube: LensCulture interview photographer, Jason Florio about ‘Destination Europe’

“I really hope that these pictures will break down the barriers, and get people to see them as human beings… they are not a threat, they have the same hopes and aspirations as all of us… “Jason Florio  The European migrant crisis has receded from the public eye but continues to evolve. A veteran photojournalist, Jason Florio, offersContinue reading “Youtube: LensCulture interview photographer, Jason Florio about ‘Destination Europe’”

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A Prince in Cape Town – young LGBT asylum seeker from Zimbabwe in Cape Town

A film by Jason Florio & Zane Dedlow for International HIV/AIDS Alliance   A Prince in Cape Town: Being a young LGBT asylum seeker Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are often forced to flee their home country to escape discrimination and violence only to face an uncertain future as undocumented migrants with noContinue reading “A Prince in Cape Town – young LGBT asylum seeker from Zimbabwe in Cape Town”

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