A desert pickpocket, his sidekick, and an escaped slave help an incognito queen in danger.
A British soldier escapes from 1880s Khartoum and goes down the Nile river with a fellow soldier, a governess and the daughter of an emir.
Lost Boys of Sudan is a feature-length documentary that follows two Sudanese refugees on an extraordinary journey from Africa to America. Orphaned as young boys in one of Africa's cruelest civil wars, Peter Dut and Santino Chuor survived lion attacks and militia gunfire to reach a refugee camp in Kenya along with thousands of other children. From there, remarkably, they were chosen to come to America. Safe at last from physical danger and hunger, a world away from home, they find themselves confronted with the abundance and alienation of contemporary American suburbia
Through the stories of a custodian, pediatrician, housewife and others who have experienced the brutal violence in war-torn Sudan, Bruce David Janu's documentary reveals how ordinary people can create extraordinary change. The film explores the historical context of the conflict, featuring footage of Sudanese military attacks and interviews with both volunteers and victims of the violence, including a harrowing segment on the Lost Boys.
While reporting on the conflict in Darfur, Phil Cox and Daoud Hari are kidnapped by a local militia. Despite being imprisoned, the two men manage to surreptitiously film their capture. Follow Phil and Daoud on their harrowing journey, from capture to release.
Ethnographic film about life in colonized Africa.
"Don't Cry For Me Sudan" covers the life of Catholic Father John Lee who worked as a father, doctor, teacher, conductor, and architect in the small Sudan village of Tonj. Father John Lee died of colorectal cancer in 2010. A funeral was held for him by the local dinka tribe in Tonj, with many of the tribal warriors in tears ...
A satirical puppet show that mocks the Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir and his cronies shows in Sudan as "Bisha TV."
The film builds up a portrait of a great Sudanese film-maker, Gadalla Gubara. At eighty-seven, he is one of the pioneers of cinema in Africa. He has recently lost his sight but still continues to film life in Sudan as no one before him. Through his oeuvre, Gadalla reveals to us a Sudan both mysterious and misunderstood. Despite censorship and lack of financial support over sixty years, he has produced cinema that is independent and unique in a country where freedom of expression is a rare luxury.
A Schweitzer of Korea Father LEE Tae-seok, devoted his life in Sudan; a remote area of Africa.
Majeed Rahman, the Manager of MYC, a Sevens Football team from Malapuram, Kerala; recruits Samuel a Football player from Nigeria. unfortunately Samuel is injured, Majeed lets him stay at his house and over time, they develop a close bond.
An American wheeler-dealer woos a colonel's wife amid danger at a French Foreign Legion fort.
Filmmaker Christopher Quinn observes the ordeal of three Sudanese refugees -- Jon Bul Dau, Daniel Abul Pach and Panther Bior -- as they try to come to terms with the horrors they experienced in their homeland, while adjusting to their new lives in the United States.
A performance artist works tirelessly to fulfill her dream of adopting Sudanese twins, placing her marriage and career at risk in this documentary.
Sudan, Southern Kordofan, the Nuba Mountains in Africa. Scenes from the forgotten war that the fighters of the Nuba people have held since 2011 against the government of President Omar al-Bashir and the Sudanese army, which crudely show the hard daily life of Hannan, a brave woman fighting for the survival of her family; Jordania, a promising student; Mosquito, a reckless journalist; and Al-Bagir, a rebel leader.