Welcome to Sodom

Florian Weigensamer
Christian Krönes
Agbogbloshie, Accra is the largest electronic waste dump in the world. About 6,000 women, men and children live and work here. They call it “Sodom”. Every year about 250,000 tons of discarded computers, smartphones, air conditions tanks and other devices from a far away electrified and digitalized world end up here. Illegally. Their personal inner voices allow a deep insight into life at this place.
Technical Data
Running time: 90
Format: digital
Screen ratio: 16:9
Language spoken: German, English
Production year: 2018
Director(s): Florian Weigensamer, Christian Krönes
Writer(s): Roland Schrotthofer, Florian Weigensamer
Cinematographer(s): Christian Kermer
Producers: Christian Krönes, Roland Schrotthofer
March 20, 2018
Copenhagen (CPH:DOX)
Awards (selection): Best Cinematography documentary competition (La Valetta), Honorary Mention One Future Prize (Munich), Audience Award (Saratov), Special Mention FOCUS jury + Ecumenical Film Award (Zurich), Youth Jury Award (Vienna/This Human World Festival), Main Prize Documentary Environment + Main Prize Cinematography (Innsbruck/Nature Film Festival)
Production company
Blackbox Film & Medienproduktion GmbH
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L’ANIMALE wins Zurich Focus competition

Austrian contenders in focus at the Zurich closing ceremony:  L’ANIMALE by Katharina Mückstein took the Best Film award of the Focus Switzerland/Germany/Austria competition. WELCOME TO SODOM by Christian Krönes and Florian Weigensamer returns from the 14th Zurich film festival with a Special Mention of the Focus jury and the Ecumenical Film Award.