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Part 5: Conducting Interviews
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written by WITNESS, in How to Film Protests (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2015),
Source: library.witness.org
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No Place to Go: Internally Displaced Persons in Burma
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produced by Burma Issues and WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2002), 14 mins
Produced in collaboration with WITNESS partner Burma Issues, NO PLACE TO GO is based upon the harrowing testimony of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in eastern Burma and the video documentation of their plight. The IDPs tell the story of their experiences as the Burmese military government has systematically k...
produced by Burma Issues and WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2002), 14 mins
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Outlawed: Extraordinary Rendition, Torture, and Disappearances in the 'War on Terror'
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directed by Gillian Caldwell, fl. 1989; produced by Gillian Caldwell, fl. 1989, WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2006), 27 mins
Graphic descriptions of torture This item also contains graphic content.
Human rights groups and several public inquiries in Europe have found the U.S. government, with the complicity of numerous governments worldwide, to be engaged in the illegal practice of extraordinary rendition, secret detention, and torture. The U.S. government-sponsored program of renditions is an unlawful pract...
directed by Gillian Caldwell, fl. 1989; produced by Gillian Caldwell, fl. 1989, WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2006), 27 mins
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Children of War
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produced by Jimmie Briggs, fl. 2000, WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2000), 7 mins
This chilling short, shot by WITNESS partner Jimmie Briggs, tells the story of Acholi school girls from St. Mary's College in Northern Uganda who were abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army to serve as child soldiers. Of the 250,000 child soldiers worldwide, many are used as sexual servants, spies, porters and fro...
produced by Jimmie Briggs, fl. 2000, WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2000), 7 mins
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Following Antigone: Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights Investigations
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produced by Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team and WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2002), 40 mins
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This documentary, produced by Equipo Argentino de Anthropologia Forense and WITNESS, discusses a massacre during at El Mozote.
produced by Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team and WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2002), 40 mins
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Part 1: Mobile Phones & Cameras
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written by WITNESS, in How to Film Protests (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2015),
Source: library.witness.org
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Part 4: Production Techniques
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written by WITNESS, in How to Film Protests (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2015),
Source: library.witness.org
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If Hope Were Enough
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directed by Margaret Crehan, fl. 2000; produced by Women's Caucus for Gender Justice and WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2000), 36 mins
If Hope Were Enough documents how victims and survivors of egregious crimes have suffered in conflict and non-conflict situations around the world and examines the options available to women for justice. It presents the imminent International Criminal Court as one of the promising avenues of justice that women can...
directed by Margaret Crehan, fl. 2000; produced by Women's Caucus for Gender Justice and WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2000), 36 mins
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No Longer Silent: Women From Northern Uganda Demand Livelihood and Psychosocial Support
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directed by Jane Anywar Adong, fl. 2011; produced by Jane Anywar Adong, fl. 2011 (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2011), 14 mins
This video is from WITNESS' partnership with the Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice and the Greater North Women's Voices for Peace Network in Uganda. Beginning in 1986, Northern Uganda experienced one of the longest-running conflicts on the African continent. The conflict resulted in mass internal displacemen...
directed by Jane Anywar Adong, fl. 2011; produced by Jane Anywar Adong, fl. 2011 (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2011), 14 mins
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Operation Fine Girl: Rape Used as a Weapon of War in Sierra Leone
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directed by Lilibet Foster, fl. 1987; produced by Lilibet Foster, fl. 1987, WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2001), 46 mins
Countless atrocities were committed during the course of Sierra Leone’s devastating, drawn-out conflict from 1991-2001. With civilians being the primary target of attack, women were particularly vulnerable to violence during the civil war. AFRC and RUF forces regularly kidnapped girls and young women, forcing th...
directed by Lilibet Foster, fl. 1987; produced by Lilibet Foster, fl. 1987, WITNESS (New York, NY - Brooklyn: WITNESS, 2001), 46 mins
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