Guyana | 5 mins
From as long as time, persons have been living on the streets, some of them as a result of mental health and others because they are not welcomed at home by relatives after spending times in prison or having been deported. The film shares the stories of five people living on the streets of Georgetown.
*Homeless was made as part of the inaugural 592 48HR Film Challenge, held in Guyana, by Bent Street Films.
Michael Mc Garrell is an indigenous person of the Patamona nation. He works to see that the basic human rights of peoples are protected and respected. Most of his work is around indigenous peoples. Because of the nature of his work he does films as a way of telling the stories of Indigenous peoples.
About Bent Street Films
Bent Street Films LLC is a film and media production company and consultancy service geared towards creating creative projects independently and collaboratively in the US and abroad.