Video: Photo project aims to halt prejudice against migrants

Saint-Martory is a small village in the south of France with a population of 900, where 43% of voters backed far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the second round of France’s presidential election. So when 50 asylum seekers arrived in the village last year, many locals didn’t give them the warmest of welcomes. To try to change people’s perceptions of the migrants, one photographer decided to bring together villagers and the new arrivals in frescoes where each person plays a role.