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Mango House is a film about the largest shared space for refugees in the greater West and the risk-taker behind it all. The film lends insight into the refugee experience through a heightened level of intimacy and access, and exposes levels of racism, and injustice, in areas ranging from access to medical care to how we police underserved areas.


Director Biography - Ross Taylor


Ross Taylor is a filmmaker and an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Boulder. His first feature film and photographic project called, "The Hardest Day," was recognized by more than 20 festivals/competitions and the photos were published worldwide. He is also a Tedx speaker and is on the board of directors for the National Press Photographers Association.


Director Statement

Mango House is a film about the largest shared space for refugees in the greater West and the risk-taker behind it all. Through this film, I strive to create work that lends insight into the refugee experience through a heightened level of intimacy and access.

Ratings


  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    57 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Ross Taylor
  • Producer
    Ross Taylor
  • Cast
    Dr. P.J. Parmar