“WHEN YOU ARE TELLING THE TRUTH, YOU DON’T GET SCARED”
  Winner of the 2015 Brizzolara Foundation Award for a Film on Conflict and Resolution and of the Rabinowitz & Grant Award for Social Justice.

 

Winner of the 2015 Brizzolara Foundation Award for a Film on Conflict and Resolution and of the Rabinowitz & Grant Award for Social Justice.

"The Uncondemned" tells the gripping and world-changing story of a group of young international lawyers and activists who fought to make rape a crime of war, and the Rwandan women who came forward to testify and win justice where there had been none. Up until this point, rape had not been prosecuted as a war crime and was committed with impunity. A courtroom thriller and personal human drama, "The Uncondemned" beautifully interweaves the stories of the characters in this odyssey, leading to the trial at an international criminal court--and the results that changed the world of criminal justice forever.


"Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?" 

This groundbreaking, award-winning documentary takes on the aid industrial complex in tracking what happened to the $1.4 billion donated by half of all U.S. households to private charities in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Protested heavily by the American Red Cross, "Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?" ultimately aired over 1500 times on PBS stations, won the 2013 Edward R. Murrow award for Best TV Documentary and inspired our "Responsibly Rogue" slogan.

To learn more about the film, our follow up work on Haiti or to order your own DVD, please click here.