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The Mud documentary, is the story of Haitian Immigration and Cultural Integration in the Bahamas, focusing on a Haitian shanty town nicknamed “The Mud”, an illegal squatters city on Bahamian government land, that was once a swamp; over a four decade period it has developed into a micro-city of thousands of people. The Mud documentary seeks to explore the many complex socio-economic elements that converge to create this unique community and to share the personal and intimate stories of its people, as well as provide a diverse perspective on the controversial subject of Haitian immigration in Bahamian society.
Executive Producer/Director/Director of Photography: Tyler Johnston
Producer: John Cahall
Production Manager: Geoffrey Victor
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