The SIGNIS Jury at the 14th Annual Zanzibar International Film Festival in Tanzania has recognized Fambul Tok with the prestigious SIGNIS Award. On June 25, 2011, the jury announced their decision… Read more »
Yearly Archives: 2011
An eighty year-old man, D.Samura of Sulima chiefdom, Koinadugu district has confessed and apologised to all those he wronged during the war. Pa Samura was asked for mercy during the… Read more »
Fambul Tok has expanded to Bombali District in Sierra Leone, and new truth-telling bonfires there have inaugurated several instances of confession, apology and forgiveness. One of the men who collaborated… Read more »
A woman who was captured and forced by the then Revolutionary United Front (RUF) rebels during to set a house ablaze has heaved a sigh of relief and now walks… Read more »
Since the war was declared over in Sierra Leone, B.K (alias ‘laugh to me’) of Madina village, Makari Gbanti chiefdom, Bombali district has been living in constant fear. His fear… Read more »
Fambul Tok opened the first annual Global Social Change Film Festival in Bali on April 13, 2011, and was awarded Best of the Fest at the film festival’s conclusion. As GSCFF… Read more »
Nashville Public Television (NPT) chose Fambul Tok as the 2011 recipient of the NPT Human Spirit Award at the Nashville Film Festival. The award is presented each year to a documentary selection… Read more »
Fambul Tok made its Tennessee premiere Friday, April 15 to an appreciative crowd at the Nashville Film Festival.
On the evening of March 22, hundreds of people swarmed the town of Bomaru, a small town in the eastern corner of Sierra Leone, near the Liberian border. They came… Read more »
Fambul Tok is so honored to have been named Best Documentary at the Fort Myers Film Festival. Watch producer and director Sara Terry accept this award in the video below!
PPP News and Events
School peace clubs in Kailahun,Pujehun,Moyamba and Koinadugu districts have joined in the commemoration of June16 The schools, based on their different activity plans organized various programs ranging from watching film of Sierra Leone’s civil conflict to drama and outreach events Fambul Tok supported schools with T... Read More >
Piloting the establishment of the Village Development Committees in Moyamba and Koinadugu districts,a total of four villages(Benduma and Komende) Bagruwa chiefdom,in Moyamba district, Gbenikoro, Sengbe chiefdom and Yagala Wara Wara Yagala chiefdom in Koinadugu district have been completed. The importance of forming VDCs, is a new initiative by Fambul... Read More >