Silas Siakor, winner of the Goldman Environmental Prize, risked everything to cut off warlord Charles Taylor from the illegal timber trade that was helping fund Liberia's 14-year civil war. Now, Siakor tries to kick-start his country’s struggling economy through sustainable logging.
Anjali has worked with the networks in this film for eight years. Anjali has a masters in documentary from Columbia and masters in science from Oxford. She’s also directing Gun Runners... more»
Hawa worked on TV commercials and documentaries before directing the Kenyan TV drama series Makutano Junction. Hawa’s film Soul Boy (2010) received five nominations at the 2011 African Academy... more»
Steven has 20 years of experience producing features and documentaries including award-winning titles Viva Riva! (Toronto, Berlin), Congo in Four Acts ( Berlin, Hotdocs, IDFA), Project 10 (Sundance,... more»
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