Special Section

Director: Erin McGoff
Year: 2018
Duration: 64′
Language: VOSE
Genre : Documentary, Drama, News

No country deserves to be deemed “the most heavily bombed country in the world”, but if there’s one country that can be considered the least deserving, it’s the humble land of Laos. During the Vietnam War, the U.S. CIA secretly dropped 270 million bombs in Laos, one-third of which didn’t explode and kill innocent people today. But Lao people aren’t bitter; they are shockingly positive, forgiving, and resilient in the face of this challenge. This Little Land of Mines reveals the incredible, true stories of the Lao people as they work to clear 80 million unexploded American bombs in Laos.

Erin McGoff is a recent graduate of American University and received her B.A. in Film & Media Arts. She has produced and directed several short films, music videos, promotional videos and has worked on set in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, and New York City. In 2017 she was awarded AU SOC Woman of the Year and a Pulitzer Center Student Fellowship for her work to spread awareness about 80 million UXO in Laos.


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