By Indiewire | Indiewire December 8, 2011 at 10:30AM
"God's Army: The Real Story"
When child soldiers successfully fight genocide in Burma they become legendary, but once they give refuge to radicals they fortunes run out.
Director/Producer: Joe Hill White
Cinematographers: Brandon Lippard, Michael McCaffrey, and deliberately unnamed cameraman.
Editor: Joe Hill White and Bob DeMaio
Composer: Richard Horowitz
About the Production:
"Visiting an IDP camp in Burma prior to the Burmese Embassy seizure, I heard wild stories about God’s Army. While recording recollections of loved ones murdered on video, I stayed in a Karen guerrilla camp meeting many young soldiers. Some were orphans. When the embassy and hospital incidents occurred I could imagine the whole thing - young idealistic faces seeking justice and tragically being betrayed. I was motivated to make this movie after observing the cunning manner in which this story was effectively buried." -- Joe Hill White
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