Captured in Sudan (2017)

In 2004 Phil Cox and Daoud Hari were the first video journalists to cover the bitter Darfur conflict that drew the attention of the worlds media and was labelled a genocide. But more than a... See full synopsis »

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In 2004 Phil Cox and Daoud Hari were the first video journalists to cover the bitter Darfur conflict that drew the attention of the worlds media and was labelled a genocide. But more than a decade later, Darfur had become a media 'black hole', with years having passed without any independent journalist being granted access. So in 2016 Phil decided to track down his old desert friend Daoud to New York City where Daoud had found asylum and was driving a Yellow Cab. With international sanctions against Sudan about to be lifted and recent allegations of chemical weapons attacks against civilians by the government, both Phil and Daoud decided to go back into Darfur to investigate human rights abuses. After crossing covertly from Chad and moving with small rebel groups, the team discovered that the Sudanese government was offering a bounty of $250,000USD for their capture. They evaded pursuing forces for weeks,but Daoud and Phil were eventually kidnapped and held by militias. Despite being ...

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