Eyes and Ears of God: Video Surveillance of Sudan
|Eyes and Ears of God: Video Surveillance of Sudan|
|Directed by||Tomo Križnar|
|Produced by||Tomo Križnar
|Written by||Tomo Križnar
|Music by||Igor Leonardi|
|Edited by||Svetlana Dramlič|
|Running time||95 minutes|
It shows the ethnic Nuba civilians defending themselves with the help of over 400 cameras distributed by himself and Klemen Mihelič, the founder of humanitarian organisation H.O.P.E., to volunteers across the war zones in the Nuba Mountains, Blue Nile, and Darfur, documenting the (North) Sudan military's war crimes against local populations.
- Sri Lanka's Killing Fields, a 2011 documentary film.
- Darfur Now, a 2007 documentary film
- Nuba Conversations, a 2000 documentary film
- Tomo Kriznar - official website
- Dodging Bombers in Sudan, 22 February, 2012 report from New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof
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