Organized by: Film at Eleven
Film at Eleven, the award winning team that made “Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?”, needs your help to help finish “The Uncondemned”. Watch the trailer now.
“Could rape be torture? It’s as if someone reached inside you, pulling out your soul. People talk about, in rape, they don’t exist anymore.” – Patricia Sellers
When the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda began, the 1948 Genocide Convention had never been applied. As the prosecution team gathered evidence and began to interpret the law for the first time, activists and leaders at The Hague worked to ensure that the widespread rapes were prosecuted as part of the precedent-setting first trial on crimes against humanity. And it wouldn’t have been possible without the handful of women who, despite the danger of reprisals, got on the first flight of their lives to have their day in court.
All filming and production for "The Uncondemned" are already completed, but we need your help today so we can stay on track! Your donations will go directly to our post-production costs so that the team can keep the magic happening - we can't afford to slow down right now when we need to be speeding up! Please donate what you can today - give up that pumpkin spice latte and give us $5! - and even if you can't support us with money, you can help by spreading the word about the film. Share this fundraiser! Tweet or Facebook our trailer to your family and friends!