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Lost Children

Lost Children

Country: Germany
Production year: 2004
Festival: 2005
Director: Ali Samadi Ahadi, Oliver Stoltz
Producer: Oliver Stoltz
Cast: Richard Kilama, Jennifer Akelo, Francis Ochaya, Vincent Opio
Duration: 97 min
Description:

For over 18 years a civil war in northern Uganda has dragged on almost completely unnoticed by the rest of the world. The rebels of the LRA are waging a bloody guerrilla campaign. They abduct children and conscript them as soldiers, forcing them to kill their own people. This documentary presents the lives of four children, from 8 to 14 years old, who successfully escaped the LRA. We follow their attempts to go back to being children again in a society in which they have been ostracised as murderers. The film was made in Pajule, a reception camp run by the charity Caritas that assists child soldiers on the run. The filmmakers have founded the project www.pajule-aid.org to help child victims of the war in Uganda.

Ali Samadi Ahadi, Oliver Stoltz:

Ali Samadi Ahadi
He was born in 1972 in Iran. When he was 12 years old, he escaped alone from home to avoid being killed in the Iran-Iraq war. Studied sociology and electronic media in Hannover. He has been working as an independent director and editor since 2000.

Oliver Stolz
He was born in 1969 in Bonn. He studied film at the HFF “Konrad Wolf” in Potsdam-Babelsberg and at USC in Los Angeles. He founded the production company Dreamer Joint Venture in 1997. He produced various feature and documentary films for German television channels, as well as motion pictures for Warner and Disney. "Lost Children" is his debut as director.

Filmografia:

Ali Samadi Ahadi
2004 Lost Children (dok., co-dir.)
2003 Culture Clan (dok.)
2002 Africa-mayibuye (dok.)
2000 Black-Coloured-White (dok.)
1998 Goodbye Matze (kr.m.)
1996 Geburtstag mit der Omi (kr.m.)

Oliver Stolz
2004 Lost Children (dok., co-dir.)

 

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