Film Screening of The Empire in Africa

Director Philippe Diaz's award winning film in the last screening in Los Angeles.

Friday, November 10, 2006
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Spielberg Theater at The Egyptian Theater
6712 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028

Info forwarded by Khadijah Rashid - email

Now screening at the Artivist Film Festival -- The Empire in Africa (120 minutes)

In Sierra Leone, Mohammed Sidibay was conscripted to be a child soldier during his country's brutal 10 year long civil war in which he lost his parents and siblings. Today, he uses the power of the internet to let the world know about his experiences.

The rebels who started the civil war in Sierra Leone 15 years ago wanted only one thing: to reclaim the richness of the country from foreign corporations in order to end the exploitation of its people. In response, the international community decided to wage a war on this country with bombs, executions, torture, rigged elections and manipulation of the international media, creating one of the worst humanitarian disasters of the 20th century.

WINNER - Best Documentary at Slamdance!
WINNER - Best Documentary At Hollywood Film Fest!
Last screening in LA!
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