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No Place for a Rebel

27-year-old Opono Opondo was kidnapped at a very young age by the LRA, the rebel army of Joseph Kony. After he made it to commander, he managed to escape and leave the army. Now he needs to find his place in society again.

Première: Sunday 26 March 2017, 16:30h  - followed by a Q&A with directors Maartje Wegdam and Ariadne Asimakopoulos. Moderated by Kiza Magendane.

Other screenings:

Monday 27 March, 21:30h - followed by a Q&A with directors Maartje Wegdam and Ariadne Asimakopoulos. Moderated by Fiana Gantheret.

Thursday 30 March, 14:30h - Followed by a Masterclass with Judge Julia Sebutinde (International Court of Justice)

Friday 31 March, 16:30h - followed by a Q&A with directors Maartje Wegdam and Ariadne Asimakopoulos and Child Protection in Armed Conflict Advisor of the UN Mission in the DRC Dee Brillenburgh Wurth. Moderated by Marieke de Hoon.

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Camera Justitia

The Camera Justitia programme focuses on law and justice. Eight films shed light on judicial dilemmas and the challenges of (international) legal systems. The Camera Justitia selection 2017 consists of four documentaries Algo Mio -  Argentina's Stolen Children, No Place for a Rebel, Solitary, and Zero Days, and four fiction films, Apprentice,  Bram Fischer, A Good Wife, and The Verdict.

The screenings are followed by in-depth Q&As and discussions with film makers and experts. An international jury selects the winner of the Camera Justitia Award.

The programme is made possible by vfonds.

Click here for a complete overview of the Camera Justitia programme
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