I Have a Name Stories of hope and determination from South Sudanese Refugees

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Stories of hope and determination from South Sudanese Refugees

The film highlights some of the struggles these refugees have gone through since the conflict broke out in December 2013 in the world's youngest nation. They have each struggled to begin rebuilding their lives again, they each carry a hope and a determination to experience a better future, for themselves, their families and their nation. They remind the world that they are really just like you: they have dreams, aspirations and names too.

  • Type

    Interviews

    On field shooting and editing

    Documentary

    NGO Video

  • Deliverables

    Medium video (5-20')

    Photos

    Full production

    Translations

  • Equipmment

    Zeiss Planar T* 50mm f/1.4

    Zeiss Distagon T* 35mm f/2.0

    Canon L 24mm f/1.4

    Canon TS 90mm f/2.8

    Canon 1Dx

SOME KEY POINTS

Short video shot in Kakuma(Kenya) and Arua(Uganda) for Oxfam and The IRC about the plight, community resilience and solidarity of South Sudanese refugees that have fled their country in search of a better life. Every refugee has a story. Every refugee has a name. This film captures the stories of 9 South Sudanese refugees. Shooted for World Refugee Day 2015.