Thanks to an AR immersive storytelling part with 3D elements, we will discover the geopolitical context and understand the role rare earth minerals play in the functioning of our smartphones.MORE INFOS
The animated movie depicts the human cost of our technology. It evokes our link to the lives of people like our main character, Chance, as the minerals dug up by him or other forced miners inevitably end up in our smartphones.More infos
There are two kinds of journalism. The one that aims to inform you and the one that is factually pertinent but that also seeks to have an impact, to include social change and ways to measure it.MORE INFOS
KARIM BEN KHELIFA
Karim Ben Khelifa has been an award-winning war correspondent and photojournalist since 1998. He has been on assignment for publications such as Le Monde, Stern, Vanity Fair, The New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, in countries such as Pales- tine, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, South Soudan, Iran, Kashmir, Yemen, North Korea, Libya, Egypt...
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Karim Ben Khelifa interviewed by Al Jazeera
On February 17th, Karim Ben Khelifa was interviewed by Al Jazeera in "The Stream : Is our hunger for technology dooming DR Congo?". He presented Seven Grams and the issues raised by this…
Seven Grams presented at the Chur Theater Digidays
From the 7th to the 10th of March 2022 will be held the Digidays of the Swiss Theater of Chur. During this four days event, people will be able to discover several innovative works, workshops and…
SEVEN GRAMS review by TECHVANGART
In a recent article, Techvangart reviews the best movies and XR experiences from the Sundance Festival 2022. Here is what they write about our project Seven Grams : "A former war correspondent and photojournalist, Karim…
The total value of the mineral resources still buried in the DRC is estimated at 24 trillion US dollars.
In 2019, The Republic of the Congo exported 6,455.08 tonnes of cassiterite for a value of $49 million
The eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has 2,600 mines for gold, cassiterite, coltan, wolframite, and more than 370,000 diggers