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Published on Nov 17, 2016
Miss World Canada Anastasia Lin left her home country of China as a young girl. It wasn't until many years later that she first learned about the horrors of Tiananmen Square from outside China. Sadly, she's not the only one....
This film is part of a larger educational series by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation to highlight and share the stories of those brave survivors of the crimes of communist regimes. www.victimsofcommunism.com/witness
Director & Editor: Hawk Jensen Featuring: Anastasia Lin
Executive Producer: Marion Smith Executive Producer: David Talbot Producer: Hawk Jensen Line Producer: JP Mandarino Managing Producer: Nate Jensen Associate Producer: Ross Kenyon Associate Producer: Austin Michael
Director of Photography: Benjamin Gaskell Assistant Camera: Danny Salazar Production Supervisor: Kenitra Beauford Set Photographer: Todd Westphal Sound: Robert Backus Gaffer: Mike Philips Hair/Makeup: Edward Jimenez Production Assistant: Phillip Hancock Production Assistant: Ricky Seleuco Location Manager: Alex Manning
Creative Editor: Andy Lee 1st Assistant Editor: J.M. Bartelt 2nd Assistant Editor: Phillip Hancock Additional Editing: Rob Montz, Seth Goldin, Robert Chapman-Smith, Kirby Voss, Zach Weissmueller, Matt Wood Audio Mixing: P3 Post Color Correction: P3 Post Graphics: J.M. Bartelt Logo Graphics: Steven Andrus Music Supervisor: Nicole Churchill Music Composer: Alex Kaye Legal: Beau Stapleton Publicity: Native Collaboration
Little Girl: Megan Xiong
Art provided by Gus Harper Studios.
Thank you: Heather Muszynski Lisa Dewey The Reason Foundation Moving Picture Institute
Special thank you: Rick Souza
Additional audio and visuals used by rights of Fair Use courtesy of: CNN BBC New York Times CCTV-4 Al Jazeera Young Pioneers Anthem Miss World Organization NTD MND Taiwan
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