The Documentary

As war raged, she had to make a choice; to protect the orphaned children forced into her life or abandon them and go in search of her own family.

Her name is Ma Feeta and today, she lives with 86 of the children at a rural West African farm called Rainbow Town.

Filmed in the upcountry of Liberia, Rainbow Town welcomes you into their lives, revealing how they survived one of Africa’s bloodiest civil wars and how they cope as a family in its aftermath.

Narrated by Ma Feeta, three of the children – Alice, Taylor, and Faith – and Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf; the story unearths the price of war, while illustrating the strength of the human spirit.

WINNER:
Director’s Guild of America Film Award
Accolade Award of Excellence
Official Best of Fest Award
The Wilbur Award for Documentary/Film
Best Documentary – Indie Spirit Film Festival – Colorado Springs
Humanitarian Award – Monaco Charity Film Festival – Republic of Monaco
Outstanding Achievement Award – Women of African Descent Film Festival – Brooklyn

OFFICIAL SELECTION:
Museum of Tolerance Int’l Film Festival – Los Angeles
Amnesty Int’l Film Festival – Vancouver
United Nations Association Global Wake Up Film Festival – Chicago
Redemptive Film Festival – Virginia Beach
Macon Film Festival – Macon
Gasparilla Int’l Film Festival – Tampa
Los Angeles Women’s Int’l Film Festival – Hollywood
Palm Beach Int’l Film Festival – Palm Beach
Women’s Int’l Film Festival – Miami
Fort Lauderdale Int’l Film Festival – Fort Lauderdale
Boston Int’l Film Festival – Boston
Tupelo Film Festival – Tupelo
Kansas City FilmFest – Kansas City
Lighthouse Int’l Film Festival – Long Beach Island