Based on his own experience and discussions with the indigenous peoples of the area, the world traveller and humanitarian worker Tomo Križnar has written two books about the situation in Sudan: Nuba: Pure People and Oil and Water. He has also made three documentaries: Eyes and Ears of God – Video surveillance of Sudan, Dar Fur – War for Water, and a short documentary Blue Nile – Sudan.
Tomo Križnar was gathering material for this book for 30 years. It depicts climate change in the Sahel and the local wars for water, which foreign forces use for their own wars for oil and other natural resources.
This documentary tells the story of an unsuccessful peace initiative by the late Slovenian president Janez Drnovšek in the war-affected areas of Sudan, which Tomo Križnar tried to carry out.
The Nuba are an indigenous African people who managed to preserve genuine human values because of their life in an inaccessible place. They are a healthy and happy people.
Tomo Križnar, together with the humanitarian coordinator of the Darfur rebels, Suleiman Jamous, and the founder of the H.O.P.E. organization, Klemen Mihelič, delivered more than 400 cameras to volunteers in the war zones of Sudan between 2009 and 2012.
This is a documentary about a humanitarian expedition in 2010 that, in the midst of the biggest offensive by the Sudanese army, dared to cross the border on its own account and without permits to reach the victims of the longest lasting war in Africa.
The Nuba people, ninety-nine black African tribes in the Nuba Mountains in the Sudanese province of South Kordofan, have been under siege by the Sudanese army for fifteen years.