Shot in Sudan, February-March, 2012
Quicksilver Media for Channel 4, Unreported World
Daniel's film - made with reporter Aiden Hartley - provides evidence of Sudanese government attacks on tens of thousands of civilians in the troubled Nuba region of the country.
We see countless families - driven from their fields - sheltering in caves in the mountains as government forces bomb them. Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has banned most UN agencies from operating in the area. Daniel filmed at the Catholic Mother of Mercy hospital, the only functioning hospital for a million civilians. Designed for 80 beds, it has 500 patients. His pictures show doctors forced to carry out operations on shrapnel-wounded children without anesthetic.
Huge viewer response to the film led to money being raised for a charity supporting the hospital. The UK Foreign Office said the film played an important role in the UK policy debate on Sudan. More: rorypecktrust.org/daniel-bogado
Winners announced at the Rory Peck Awards ceremony, 7.30pm on Wednesday 28 November at London's BFI Southbank.
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