Our Feet Are Rooted
In Amuru District in Northern Uganda, the government is attempting to forcibly drive people from their land so that they can sell it to corporations. These are the same communities who were forced from their land and into refugee camps for 26 years during to the civil war with the Lords Resistance Army. They were only recently able to return to their land, which they depend on for agriculture. Solidarity Uganda, a non-profit working to teach the communities techniques in non-violent resistance, asked C&K to make a documentary about this issue and how these non-violent techniques are being implemented. This past June, we went to Uganda for three weeks to get footage for the film. We are currently in post-production.
Here is a link to the Indiegogo fundraising campaign.
We are still in need of some funding for the post-production costs of the film. If you would like to donate to this need, all contributions from the link below will go directly to the film.
The password is: Solidarity
This video is the one we used to give information about the film for fundraising purposes. It doesn't have footage from the actual documentary, but it gives you an explanation of the subject matter.
Behind the Scenes Video
This video is a quick look behind the scenes of filming "Our Feet Are Rooted" in Uganda. This is not a trailer or even actual footage from the film - it's just a look at the production part of the film.