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  • Which Way to the War? tells the story of Poso, Sulawesi, a community rocked by religious conflict and terrorist attacks. It shows all sides of this bloody, harrowing conflict, and the communitys subsequent steps toward reconciliation. At the films premiere in Los Angeles at the Action on Film Festival, Sue Useem received the award of Best Female Filmmaker. The documentary continued in the film festival circuit for fifteen months, receiving a number of additional awards and drawing widespread attention. Which Way to the War? has been purchased by organizations and universities worldwide. information about the film can be found at whichwaytothewar.com


  • An extraordinary grassroots school is being held on a womans front porch in the post-conflict zone of Poso, Indonesia. Lian Gogali is teaching female survivors of nearly a decade of communal violence how to transform themselves into agents of peace for their families and communities. The Peace Agency is an emotionally powerful and thought-provoking film, documenting the difficulties women face and the triumphs they can achieve in Indonesia. It captures the blunt realities of living on the margins of a country still struggling to embrace the concept of womens rights and inter-communal harmony.

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