Darfur Now

Darfur Now

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Darfur Now

Ted Braun's documentary about Darfur showcases how six different people have each done their part in order to help stop the genocide in the region and bring humanitarian relief to the millions there who suffer. His subjects include a UCLA student who, with no political experience whatsoever, passes a state bill to stop any money from going to Sudan; the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court; Pablo Recalde, a central figure in the World Food Program; and actor Don Cheadle, the star of the movie Hotel Rwanda.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/27/2008
UPC: 0085391187295
Original Release: 2007
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:38:00

Special Features

Introduction and commentary by writer/director Theodore Braun; Additional scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Don Cheadle Participant
Luis Moreno-Ocampo Participant
Ahmed Mohammed Abakar Participant
Pablo Recalde Participant
Hejewa Adam Participant
Adam Sterling Participant
George Clooney Participant
Hawa Abaker Participant
Kalatumh Adam Participant
Nimeri Issa Participant
Asha Abdal Khaleeq Participant
Hawa Saleman Participant
Musa Sharif Participant
Jason Miller Participant
Dana Sterling Participant
Wayne Sterling Participant
Arnold Schwarzenegger Participant
James Sweeney Participant
Paul Koretz Participant
Xavier Aguirre Participant
Essa Faal Participant
Jennifer Trone Participant
Vanessa Haas Participant
Béatrice LeFraperDuHellen Participant
Adebowale Omofade Participant
Sam Brownback Participant
Ayana Cheadle Participant
Imani Cheadle Participant
Hillary Clinton Participant
John Prendergast Participant
John McCain Participant
Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohammad Participant

Technical Credits
Theodore Braun Director,Screenwriter
Abdelbagy Abushanab Translator
Omar Amanat Executive Producer
Michael F. Anderson Cinematographer
Muhdy Bahradin Translator
Wellington Jon Bowler Sound/Sound Designer
Edgar Burcksen Editor
Don Cheadle Producer
Joan Churchill Cinematographer
Petr Cikhart Cinematographer
Leonard Feinstein Editor
Gary Greenebaum Executive Producer
Mark Jonathan Harris Producer
Kirsten Johnson Cinematographer
Matt Palmieri Executive Producer
Graeme Revell Score Composer
Robin Romano Cinematographer
Dean Schramm Executive Producer
Cathy Schulman Producer
Jeff Skoll Executive Producer
Abdelmooneim Taka Translator
Diane Weyermann Executive Producer
Stevie Wonder Songwriter
Lenore Zerman Co-producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Darfur Now
1. Country in Conflict. [4:38]
2. Six People. [2:38]
3. Too Much Humiliation. [4:18]
4. It's My Work. [4:06]
5. Fight for That Light. [4:19]
6. Food to Save Lives. [3:14]
7. Rebel Recruits. [3:13]
8. Culture Clash. [3:11]
9. Political Power. [5:46]
10. Exposing the Truth. [4:31]
11. Task Forces. [4:37]
12. International Attention. [5:02]
13. Hard to Satisfy. [1:02]
14. China and Egypt. [5:07]
15. Denial. [4:20]
16. Like They Burned Us. [3:18]
17. The Front Line. [5:22]
18. AB 2941. [3:32]
19. Into the Process. [3:37]
20. Waiting for Action. [5:10]
21. Delivered. [5:45]
22. Imagine One Day. [3:14]
23. Coda and End Credits. [2:11]

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Darfur Now 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
U.S._Army_Infantryman More than 1 year ago
To say that this is an excellent documentary would be a detrimental understatement. This short viewing brings to light a horrendous tragedy that is too often suppressed in western media. It is unreasonably easy to find out about current events in pop culture; such as celebrities with legal issues. However, regarding crises on a humanitarian level, one must almost jump through hoops to get information. It is feasible to say that when more people who are aware of a genocide, the chances of intervention increase. It has been stated that if there were a genocide in Texas today, everyone would do their part to aid relief. Yet today, the world sits by and watches while Black people are exterminated because of their skin color. The U.S. government has acknowledged the acts in the Darfur region of Sudan as genocide. Yet progress is slow. Upon viewing this documentary, people will be compelled to help in some way. Even if it's only donating five dollars or telling a friend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Darfur Now does a wonderful job demonstrating the impact political policies have on individuals and communities. It provides a holistic outlook on how the choices of a few impact many, not only in the one particular country, but across nations and the globe. I used it for a master's level course to show how national policy impacts individuals, families, and communities in a multitude of ways. It is easy to follow and will keep an conscientious viewers attention. I could have done without George Clooney's bit, but it is what it is. All in all, a well-developed documentary
QC More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent video to show middle and high school students. They need to be given a prelude description and historical reference dialouge before watching.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Greatest documentary
Guest More than 1 year ago
It is so awful what is happening now in Darfur. A wonderful documentary that opens ones eyes