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Leslie Thomas
US 2018    54' 85'
⚬ Crime & Investigative ⚬ Human Rights 


Rape and pillage are concepts as old as war itself. But do we have to just tolerate sexual violence as a by-product of war? The legal framework for prosecution is changing. Globally, lawyers, governments, and civil society members are developing the important historical precedence for this effort. The film focuses on three prosecutors in Colombia, Bosnia and Congo fighting for the justice in the names of their clients.



Leslie Thomas

Executive Producers

Tracey Fletcher, Ashley McCall, John Ptak

Production Company

ART WORKS Projects


Caroline Lacey, Ron Haviv, Juan Arredondo, Jared Moossy


Christy Denes


Thomas Peres


Erik Widmark, Another Country

Film Details

Runtimes 54' 85'
Spoken Languages English, Spanish, Bosnian, French, Swahili, Lingala, Tshiluba, Kinyarwanda
Production Countries USA


Leslie Thomas is the founder of ART WORKS Projects, an Emmy-award winning art director, architect, and mother. Current projects include directing THE PROSECUTORS, curating a touring exhibition on ending female genital mutilation for the United Nations, and co-editing a book of photography on the impact of war on children in Syria. She is in pre-production on a narrative feature on women’s rights and in development on a film about the movement for Irish independence. Her multi-media human rights focused work has toured across five continents in major policy, academic, and cultural settings and been the recipient of grants from The National Endowment for the Arts, the MacArthur Foundation, the Open Society Foundations, the International Labour Organization, and many other major philanthropic institutions. Leslie is a graduate of Columbia University and the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.


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