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Showing 1 - 10 of 12 titles with a criteria of Subject is Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)


Boyamba Belgique

The day before Congo gained independence, the sabre of the Belgian king Baudouin was stolen by a young Congolese. Fifty years later the filmmakers search for him, and discover the meaning of his act.

Icarus Films | 2011 | 57 minutes

Congo in Four Acts

A quartet of short films (on one dvd) that lay bare the reality of everyday life in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Icarus Films | 2009 | 69 minutes

Congo: The Doctor Who Saves Women

Tens of thousands of women have been raped during 20 years of war in eastern Congo.

Icarus Films | 2014 | 52 minutes

Heart of the Congo

Documents the work done, and difficulties faced, by international aid workers in the Congo.

Bullfrog Films | 2005 | 57 minutes

Ladies in Waiting

A profile of the Kitambo maternity clinic in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, revealing the pressures of economic forces on health care delivery in poor countries.

Icarus Films | 2009 | 24 minutes

Mama Colonel

A portrait of Colonel Honorine Manyole, commonly known as 'Mama Colonel,' who works for the Congolese police force and heads the unit for the protection of minors and the fight against sexual violence

Icarus Films | 2017 | 72 minutes

Mobutu, King of Zaire - Part 1

Part one of the definitive history and visual record of the rise and fall of Joseph Désiré Mobutu, ruler of Zaire (the Congo) for over 30 years.

Icarus Films | 2000 | 51 minutes

Mobutu, King of Zaire - Part 2

Part two of the definitive history and visual record of the rise and fall of Joseph Désiré Mobutu, ruler of Zaire (the Congo) for over 30 years.

Icarus Films | 2000 | 51 minutes

Mobutu, King of Zaire - Part 3

Part three of the definitive history and visual record of the rise and fall of Joseph Désiré Mobutu, ruler of Zaire (the Congo) for over 30 years.

Icarus Films | 2000 | 58 minutes

Rape of a Nation

The Democratic Republic of Congo sits atop one of the world's most vast deposits of diamonds and gold; yet it is also home to the world's most deadly war. Photojournalist Marcus Bleasdale explores the connection.

MediaStorm | 2008 | 12 minutes