Washington Post: Lifting sanctions will help Sudan’s leaders. What about everyone else?

By Tom Catena On most days, I don’t feel as though the daily debates or the deadlines set in Washington affect me much. Who’s up and who’s down, and who tweeted

The Heart of Nuba at the 2017 Shanghai International Film Festival

This June we were honored to participate in the 2017 Shanghai International Film Festival! Here are some photos of the fantastic event:

Dr. Tom is a finalist for the Aurora Prize

CARING FOR THOUSANDS IN A FORGOTTEN WAR As the sole doctor permanently based in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains, home to 750,000 people, Dr. Tom Catena has worked around the clock to

NCAA: Ken Carlson–Goals, gumption and grit

Ken Carlson: Goals, gumption, grit Playing football at Brown taught filmmaker how to lead For Ken Carlson, the journey to an award-winning career making films began on the gridiron playing

Huffington Post: Khartoum Begins New Military Offensive in South Kordofan

Khartoum Begins New Military Offensive in South Kordofan A clear violation of terms laid down by Obama Administration for lifting of U.S. sanctions on Khartoum   The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army-North (SPLA/M-N)

Boston Globe: Dealing with life and death in southern Sudan

The conflict and atrocities in Sudan’s Darfur region seized the world’s attention about 10 years ago, but since then other wars have taken its place. Nonetheless, the bloodshed continues as

iHeart radio: Interview with Deborah Kobylt

Filmmaker Ken Carlson and human rights activist Bonnie Abaunza joined “Whats Up with Deborah Kobylt” today, Thursday February 9, 2017 to talk about The Heart of Nuba and the extraordinary Dr. Tom

Everything to know about sanctions in Sudan

Shortly before leaving office, President Obama announced a plan to ease sanctions against Sudan, citing “improvements” in key areas, such as humanitarian access and counterterrorism. The international human rights community

ICN Film Feature: The Heart of Nuba

 At six o’clock each morning an American doctor makes his way through the dark to a simple chapel where he spends half an hour, rosary in hand, enlisting God’s support