joseph kony

joseph kony

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In a desperate attempt to return home, an abducted child soldier risks his life to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) deep in central Africa after years of being forced to fight. When capture appears imminent, he encounters a stranger who must decide whether to help him – risking his own life, and the respect of his community. This film is currently being toured in central Africa by regional partners in Mobile Cinema screenings to encourage communities to peacefully receive LRA combatants who surrender. Story by: The men, women and children in DR Congo, Central African Republic and South Sudan who shared their experiences of loss and survival. Their unified desire for peace inspired this story. To learn more about the film: DTJ.org/night To learn more about the Mobile Cinema program: dtj.org/mobilecinema/ Created by: Lindsay Branham Directed by: Andrew Ellis Co-Director: Alex Mallis Producer: Lindsay Branham Writer: Michael Koehler Executive Producers: Invisible Children, DTJ Cast: Charles - Godefroid Maka Samuel - Innocente Mbula Daniel - Pascale Kumbawo Simon - Emmanuel Anidu Nora - Amandine Namala Chief Eziban - Hyacinthe Binisunga Charles's little brother - Dieu Merci Miriam - Leotine Mbolididie LRA Leader - La Vie Emmanuel LRA Soldiers - Jean Bosco Mbolipatilani, Jean Claude Kambilopay, George Danaza, Pascale Kango Community Members - Emmanuel Yaliko, Richard Anilenge, Batotote Kangonyeson, Jean Claude Aniboti Cinematography: Andrew Ellis Art Director: Gabriela Arp Location Sound: Alex Mallis Associate Producers: Joseph Vungula, Margaux Fitoussi Editor: Alex Mallis Consulting Producer: Jonathan Olinger Original Score Producer: Mason Jar Music Original Score Composers: Miles Arntzen, Jon Seale Sound Mix: Jacob Blumberg Audio Post: JR Skola at Origin of Audio Color: Vladimir Kucherov Visual Effects: Perry Kroll Special Thanks to: Ernest Sugule Solidarity and Integral Assistance to Destitute People (SAIPED) Communities of Duru, DRC, Obo and Mboki, CAR and Sakure, South Sudan Music: "Aboro Yambio Na Dungu” Written by Yambio John ©The Voice Project Performed by Yambio John Produced by Erik Lohr Courtesy of The Voice Project Used by Permission. All Rights Reserved “Still Upon The Ocean Floor” Performed by Loscil / Scott Morgan Licensed under Creative Commons “Stratus” Performed by Loscil / Scott Morgan Licensed under Creative Commons