Milo Rau has created a portrait of one of history's biggest and bloodiest economic wars in this documentary, which brought together victims, perpetrators, witnesses and analysts of the conflict for a unique civil tribunal in Eastern Congo. The screening on 13 September will be followed by a conversation between Itziar Ruiz Jiménez and Mbuyi Kabunda.
The Congo Tribunal, directed by Milo Rau. Germany/Switzerland, 2017. 100’. Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles
The session on 13 September will be followed by a conversation between Itziar Ruiz Jiménez and Mbuyi Kabunda.
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