Lost Children (2005 film)

Lost Children is a 2005 documentary film by Ali Samadi Ahadi and Oliver Stoltz about Military use of children in civil war in northern Uganda.[1][2]

Lost Children
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Directed byAli Samadi Ahadi and Oliver Stoltz
Produced byOliver Stoltz
Written byAli Samadi Ahadi and Oliver Stoltz
Music byAli N. Askin
CinematographyMaik Behres, TON: Jens Schwarzburg
Running time
97 min[1]
LanguageAcholi, English

The film premiered in February 2005 at the Berlin International Film Festival, where it received the third place at PANORAMA Audience Award. The film was awarded in October 2005, the UNICEF Prize and the Youth Award and ran for more than two dozen international film festivals. Lost Children was nominated for Deutschen Kamerapreis Köln Award in 2005 for Best Documentary and Deutscher Filmpreis in 2006 in the documentary category.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Lost Children". Warsaw film festival. Retrieved March 26, 2013.
  2. ^ "Ali Samadi Ahadi". MUBI. Retrieved March 26, 2013.

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