A documentary made by Papua New Guinean-born filmmaker Steve Ramsden about the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea.
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Ever since missionaries Albert Maclaren and Copland King first brought the Gospel to Papua New Guinea in 1891, the Anglican Church has carried out its mission of preaching, teaching and healing. In a country with 700 different languages, inaccessible terrain and all the problems of a developing nation such as HIV, this is a challenge indeed. Today the country is made up of five Anglican dioceses, and each has a wildly diverse story to tell the filmmakers, from the islands to the highlands. Refreshingly the film is not a charity appeal, but instead illustrates how the remarkably resourceful Anglicans all over PNG are setting up their own schemes to become self-sufficient.
Steve Ramsden traveled with local media man Robroy Chicki all over PNG to bring back these stories of the Anglicans who live in this astonishingly beautiful but little-known Pacific country.
Shot in May/June 2010 and produced by the Papua New Guinea Church Partnership UK.
Broadcast nationwide in Papua New Guinea on Kundu2TV in 2010.
Director, Narrator, Cinematographer & Editor: Steve Ramsden
Sound Recordist, Interviewer, Translator & Additional Footage by Robroy Chicki
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