Category Archives: The Film and Book

Announcing new short film on Peace Mothers

000The women of Sierra Leone suffered uniquely during the 11-year civil war, yet they are now leading the way to peace in their country. Calling themselves “Peace Mothers” their courageous example is inspiring others around the world and illuminating a … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok continues to inspire with screenings around the world

000Almost two years since our world premiere, Fambul Tok continues to engage audiences in film festivals and community screenings worldwide. In just the past three months, Fambul Tok has screened in every time zone in the continental U.S., and on … Continue reading

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From “Ex-Combatants” to “Peace Parents”

002There are occasional moments in this work when people, activities, resources, and timing all align, and there’s a powerful experience that grabs you in the pit of your stomach, leaving you feeling – This is what it is all for.  … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok 2012? Now that would be interesting!

000[This blog is a re-post of the blog Sara wrote for the On Screen/In Person tour, organized by Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts.  Fambul Tok is a featured film on that tour, and Sara’s been traveling the mid-Atlantic region for … Continue reading

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More response to “Kony 2012″ – HOW we tell stories is critical

000[This blog is a re-post of the blog Sara wrote for the On Screen/In Person tour, organized by Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts.  Fambul Tok is a featured film on that tour, and Sara’s been traveling the mid-Atlantic region for … Continue reading

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