Shot between 1986 and 1988, Kafi's Story captures Nuba life at the moment before it was engulfed in the Sudanese civil war. Kafi, a young man from the Nuba Mountains in Sudan, is one of the first to travel north to the capital city Khartoum in search of money. Only when he has money can he buy the cloth for a dress and so marry a second wife.
|Original Title||Kafi's Story|
|German Title||Kafi's Story|
|French Title||Kafi's Story|
|Other Titles||Kafi's Story|
|Directed by||Arthur Howes|
|Screenplay||Amy Hardie and Arthur Howes|
|Production||Amy Hardie and Arthur Howes|
Joris Ivens Award - Amesterdam Int. Documentary Film Festival; BBC BP Expo Documentary Award; Special Mention of the Jury - Mexico; Basil Wright Prize R.A.I. Festival of Ethnography; American Visual Anthropology Award
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