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|Directed by||Sandy Cioffi|
|Produced by||Kate Wolf, Sandy Cioffi, Tammi Sims, Leslye Wood|
|Written by||Leslye Wood, Sandy Cioffi, Jill Freidberg|
|Music by||Julie Wolf|
|Cinematography||Sean Porter, Cliff Worsham, Sandy Cioffi, Pamela Dore|
|Edited by||Jill Freidberg|
|Running time||93 minutes|
Sweet Crude is a documentary film by Sandy Cioffi about Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta. The film premiered in April 2009 at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and has since screened at 30 film festivals around the world and has won numerous awards.
On April 12, 2008, members of the Sweet Crude filmmaking crew were detained by the Nigerian military Joint Task Force while traveling by boat in the Niger Delta. The crew was taken into custody and subsequently handed over to the Nigerian State Security Services. They were held for seven days without being charged and without access to legal counsel. They were released Friday, April 18.
From the Sweet Crude website:
|“||The region is seething and the global stakes are high. But in this moment, there’s an opportunity to find solutions. What if the world paid attention before it was too late?||”|
Sweet Crude has been nominated at Oaxaca Film Fest.
- Rolph, Amy (2008-04-14). "Seattle film crew arrested in Nigeria". Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
- Official website
- Sweet Crude at AllMovie
- Sweet Crude at the Internet Movie Database
- Sweet Crude at Rotten Tomatoes
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