Category Archives: The Film and Book

Responses to the Kony2012 campaign

I spent most of my day yesterday responding to people’s inquiries about what I thought about Invisible Children’s Kony2012 campaign that has been spreading virally around the world in recent days.  The strong statements of support that the video and … Continue reading

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Sermon preached on Fambul Tok at a church in Texas

We often find ourselves humbled by people’s responses to Fambul Tok (the film), and learning about a recent screening held at a church in Austin, Texas yielded another extraordinary example of this kind of response.  On the day that the … Continue reading

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“Postcards To Sierra Leone” Share Audience Responses to Fambul Tok

For the past few months, we have been collecting audience responses to Fambul Tok (the film) and the work being done on the ground in Sierra Leone through our “Postcards to Sierra Leone” initiative. Sharing these comments with the Fambul … Continue reading

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Award-Winning Fambul Tok Documentary Celebrates Home DVD Launch!

In the middle of a critically acclaimed festival run and having just kicked off an international community screenings campaign, Fambul Tok is now available on home DVD!  You can order your copy here and get a 25% discount off the retail … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok book to be used by Universities

While addressing the crowd at the October 6, 2011 launch of the Fambul Tok book held at the British Council auditorium in Freetwon, Madam Memunatu Pratt, Head of Peace and Conflict Studies at Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone … Continue reading

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