An emotionally touching short film about Ugandan violence has become a viral sensation for the nonprofit Invisible Children, racking up a combined 15 million views on Vimeo and YouTube in just 48 hours. But the 30-minute clip, titled "Kony 2012," has also drawn criticism from international policy scholars who feel it oversimplifies and even misrepresents a complex issue.
A half-hour documentary about a Ugandan warlord is one of the hottest videos on the Web today, reposted several million times on various social networking sites. The San Diego-based nonprofit Invisible Children produced the film. T... Read Post
Invisible Children, the nonprofit group that produced the very viral half-hour documentary about brutal Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony, will release a new film Monday to respond to criticisms about its campaign and overall approach, CN... Read Post