The Forgotten Children of Congo

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The Forgotten Children of Congo
Directed by Alex Tweddle
Produced by Alex Tweddle
Written by Alex Tweddle
Narrated by Robert Powell
Cinematography James Buck
Edited by Ian Chambers and Nick McCahearty
Distributed by The Film and Television Company (UK)
The Film and Television Company (worldwide)
Release date
  • July 2007 (2007-07) (United Kingdom)
Running time
48 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language French, Lingala, Swahili, English subtitles.

The Forgotten Children of Congo is a 2007 British documentary film written, produced and directed by Alex Tweddle for Angry Man Pictures Ltd.

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The Forgotten Children of Congo was filmed over four weeks in the Democratic Republic of Congo.[1] From the remoteness of the Congo Basin, to the capital Kinshasa and the volatile Ituri Province in the East, this documentary focuses on the plight of the country's street children.

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