Media

powerful documentary films and short videos

From the very beginning we have been using media as a way to move people to action. We believe that showing people what is happening in Sudan is much more powerful than simply telling them.

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From documentary films to campaign videos, we continue to prove that our belief is the truth. You can find all of our videos by clicking here or watch our favorite and most successful ones below: 

The Renewal (2017)

Our third short film follows the story of Scovia Wilson. After fleeing the war in Sudan as a young child, she could have easily been left behind or fallen through the cracks of society. Instead, people invested in her future to ensure that she could always move forwards in life. 

Lost Generation of Sudan (2014)

Our second documentary examines the war in Sudan through the eyes of an amazing group of war orphans who see a different future for their country.

Across the Frontlines (2012)

Our first documentary film follows our founder across South Sudan and into the Nuba Mountains of Sudan to discover the truth of a once hidden conflict. 

Endure Campaign Trailer

Our education campaign brings you a powerful story from Yida Refugee Camp and simple ways to get involved, like fundraising and giving. 

Stand For Education

A lack of funding for education in Yida Refugee Camp is keeping thousands of children from returning to classrooms. It's time to join together. It's time to Stand For Education.

Yida Photo Exhibit At University of Memphis Recap

From September 11-15, 2017, the University of Memphis hosted the Yida Photography Exhibit. Over 2,300 students and faculty were introduced to the crisis in Sudan that week. 

Good People Good Beer 2017 Recap

Take a look back at Good People Good Beer 2017 and see your results. 

Introducing The Yida Photography Exhibit

Yida examines the crisis in Sudan through the lives of those who have escaped. The 313 breathtaking images featured in this traveling photography exhibit are part of a collection of 4,535 photos taken in Yida Refugee Camp by Operation Broken Silence’s photographers.

Jargi Joseph's Next Chapter

At the end of 2016 we announced that we're sending Jargi Joseph to college. Watch this video to learn more. 

2016 Holiday Season Giving Guide

Every holiday season is fun and exciting, but for most of us it is also an extremely busy time of year. During the 2016 holiday season we took a lot of the work out of giving for you with our Holiday Season Giving Guide! 

Yida Photography Exhibit Crowdfunding Campaign

Yida is a new social-action photography exhibit that critically examines the long-term impacts of the war and genocide in Sudan through the eyes of those who have escaped. LEARN MORE »

#Storytellers

Our fundraising campaign video for our 4th documentary film raised over $42,000 for this important project. 

Shop For Good

In 2015 we opened up our online store! Here's the promotional launch video. SHOP TODAY »

Chris Young's Fundraising Story

Fundraiser Chris Young is on a mission to raise $15,000 for our education program in Nuba refugee camps. This is his story.

Beer Tasting 2015

On June 13, 2015, Operation Broken Silence hosted its 3rd annual beer tasting fundraiser at Playhouse on the Square in Memphis, TN. This is the recap video.

Chris Ward's Fundraising Story

Fundraiser Chris Ward is raising $150,000 for our emergency relief efforts on the frontlines in Sudan. This is his story. 

Giving Is For Everyone

We wanted to learn more about why our supporters believe giving is so powerful and why they chose us as the beneficiary of their generosity. JOIN THEM »

Jordan's Fundraising Story

Fundraiser Jordan Vrbas wanted to combine two of his passions: Sudan and skydiving. We helped him do it. This is his story. 

#SupportHR1692 Advocacy Campaign

Our most successful advocacy campaign inspired hundreds of people to ask their Representatives to cosponsor important Sudan legislation. 

You Raised $100,000! Here's The Story

In August of 2014, our fundraisers hit a huge milestone of $100,000 raised collectively on their individual fundraising pages.