Ten years after shooting Kafi's Story, British filmmaker Arthur Howes reentered the Sudan clandestinely to find out what had happened to the Nuba of Torogi.
Everywhere, he encountered the face of jihad, or holy war. For example, a remarkable television program, Fields of Sacrifice, celebrates that week's casualties in the war against the Nuba and features family members thanking Allah for having taken their sons and brothers as martyrs.
|Original Title||Nuba Conversations|
|German Title||Nuba Gespräche|
|French Title||Conversations Nuba|
|Other Titles||Conversazione Nuba|
|Directed by||Arthur Howes|
Venice Film Festival - Italy,
Pan- African Film Festival, Beverley Hills - USA,
Paris Documentary Film Festival - France
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