This Is Congo


March 07, 2018
Benefit Night - Screening followed by discussion with filmmaker Daniel McCabe, activist Fred Bauma, and BBC Special Correspondent and Africa Editor Fergal Keane Moderated by Stephanie Hancock, Senior Media Officer, Human Rights Watch
QA Session with the FilmmakerReception
March 10, 2018
5:45 PM /
Encore screening - Screening followed by discussion with filmmaker Daniel McCabe, activist Fred Bauma, and Human Rights Watch Central Africa Director Ida Sawyer Moderated by Anneke Van Woudenberg, Exec Director, Rights and Accountability in Development
QA Session with the Filmmaker

A whistleblower, a patriotic military commander, a mineral dealer, and a displaced tailor share a glimpse of life amid Africa’s longest continuing conflict. Over the last two decades, the Democratic Republic of Congo has seen more than 5 million conflict-related deaths, multiple changes of government, and the wholesale impoverishment of its people. This is Congo provides an immersive and unfiltered look at this lush, mineral-rich country, from the rise of Rwandan and Ugandan-backed M23 rebels in the North Kivu region of Congo in 2012 to the present day via four profoundly resilient characters. Courtesy of Dogwoof

London Benefit Night
Wednesday 7 March, Royal Institute of British Architects
18:15 doors open, 19:00 screening, Q&A and Reception
Tickets start at £85
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Daniel McCabe
English, French, Swahili, Lingala
Filmmaker Bio(s): 
Daniel McCabe

Daniel McCabe is a New York based photographer and director. His work has appeared in National Geographic, The New York Times, BBC, Al Jazeera and CNN among others. This Is Congo is Daniel’s first feature-length documentary. 

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