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Inner Me(2016, Democratic Republic of Congo)

While following Jemima, a curious little girl wandering through dusty roads, crowded markets, slaughterhouses and bat hunting scenes, we encounter three other women who describe the harsh realities of being born female and deaf in a society that sees one as a defect and the other as demonic possession. >>read more…

 

 

Animal Park (2014, Democratic Republic of Congo)

An international multi-million Euro support fund for the ancient Virunga National Park has enabled an ambitious development strategy. But rape, murder and forced relocation have become its implementation tools. >>read more…

 

 

The silent chaos (2013, Democratic Republic of Congo)

Notwithstanding the international agreements that put an end to the bloody warfare lasted more than ten years, the Democratic Republic of Congo seems not to have found peace yet.
The atrocities done, the greediness of foreign powers, the inconsistency of local istitutions and the insurgent Mai-Mai guerrilla all together keep creating the premises for violence and weapons to rule the North Kivu region.  >>read more…


Our sky, our land (2010, Irak)

Iraq, February 1988. Saddam Hussein’s regime justifies as a Holy war against the infidels the looting and the systematic extermination of the Kurdish people. From this date onwards, forced deportations, random executions and communal graves become the official operating procedure of Operation ‘Anfal’, which in the Koran signifies ‘booty’, ‘pray of war’.  >>read more…