One Man's mission to stop the killing of children in the Omo Valley
We are thrilled to announce the film will be released April 29th via iTunes with other platforms coming later. You can pre-order now or download the film starting April 29th. It has been a long journey and now the film is available for the world to see and we are so excited to share it. Please tell your friends and help spread the word. Keep up to date with us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for all the latest news! Thank you!
We are proud to announce we won Lunenburg Doc Fest! This was such a wonderful film festival, thank you so much for selecting our film and for honoring it with this award. Lunenburg is truly a special town and everyone's enthusiasm for Documentary film was inspiring. Thank you Lunenburg!
We are all a little bit in shock today! There were a lot of really good doc's screening at the Middlebury New Filmmaker's Festival and we are really humbled to be taking home Best Doc. Best part is we get to keep this guy. Say hello to "The VTeddy". We love it! Thank you Middlebury, what a great festival and a beautiful town.
We had an incredible time at Oceanside International Film Festival and we are honored to take home Best Documentary. Thank you to all the jury members and volunteers who are working hard to bring independent film to the screen. We sincerely appreciate it.
Excited to announce we won the Audience Choice for Best Film at the Real to Reel International Film Festival! We love the audience choice awards! Thank you Real to Reel.
We just got the great news! Omo Child: The River and the Bush has received the "Best of Fest" award from Arizona State University's Human Rights Film Festival. What a wonderful honor to be recognized at a festival that is specifically programed around bringing awareness to human rights issues around the globe. Thank you ASU!
Proud and honored to announce Omo Child: The River and the Bush has won best documentary at the 29th Palm Beach International Film Festival! For the record - to date we have been in four festivals, won three awards, two for best documentary. It's humbling...truly humbling. When we finished this film and started to enter it into film festivals we had no idea what to expect. The response has been overwhelming and we are so happy that audiences are responding to the film. We hope it brings a lot of eyes and awareness to Omo Child and the work that Lale Labuko continues today in the Omo
We won our World Premiere! Thank you DC Independent, what an honor. Thank you to all the staff and volunteers who put on a great festival. We proud to have had our World Premiere with you.