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The March

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Screenplay by William Nicholson
Starring Juliet Stevenson, Malick Bowens
'We believe that when you see us before you, you will not let us die. That is why we come to Europe. If you will not help us, there is nothing more we can do. We will die, and you will watch us die, and may God have mercy on us all.'
When droughts devastate Africa, millions are driven from their lands.
MAGAZINE: the June issue of 'World' Magazine features a 14-page synopsis of the film, price £1.80, available from newsagents.
FEATURE: page 8
FILMS: pages 17-20
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Contributors

Screenplay: William Nicholson
Music: Richard Hartley
Designer: Chris Robilliard
Film Editor: Tariq Anwar
Photography: John Hooper
Producer: Peter Goodchild
Director: David Wheatley
Hamada family: Mohamed Majd
Hamada family: Najat Nasry
Hamada family: Rachida Oufkir
Amal: Mohamed Naime
Ibrahim Mohamed: Bel Lafkih
Yacoub: Ahmed Mazouzi
Isa El-Mahdi: Malick Bowens
Clare Fitzgerald: Juliet Stevenson
Roy Cox: Dermot Crowley
Mohamed Said: Hassan Skalli
Lundgren: Ned Vukovic
Young marcher: Hamid Belaichi
Young marcher: Abdelaziz Ait Hmiti
Young marcher: Mustapha Hridia
Jean-Marie Limonier: Jean-Claude Bouillon
Gert Kellner: Michael Mellinger
Leo Borelli: Robert Rietty
March leader: Mbaye Ousmane
March leader: Mohamed Aybouri
German television crew: Metin Yenal
German television crew: Stephen Grothgar
Jenny: Sian Webber
Tom Epps: Sverre Anker Ousdal
CNN newsreader: Marie Stillin
CNN newsreader: Robert Jezek
CNN reporter: Leslie Lyon
Marcus Brown: Joseph Mydell
Jack Harris: Lon Satton
Aidan Fitzgerald: James Hayes
Mrs Pearce: Patricia Leventon
Old marcher: Mohamed Atik
Girl in dramatisation: Nathalie Hanlon
Television presenter: Tom Marshall
Man in studio: Sean Murray
Woman in studio: Mary Duddy
Noelle Epps: Catherine Schell
Loner: Abdelouahed Kaisser
Spanish minister: Arturo Venegas
French minister: Daniel Pageon
British minister: David Henry
Major General Wells: David Quilter

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