NEWS

Bravery in Journalism Award for the Natives

The great Daoud Hari was in Lebanon on October 12th to receive, on behalf of the Natives, the May Chidiac Foundation Bravery in Journalism Award for our Hunted in Sudan report. Daoud was looking sharp front and center... read more

CAPTURED IN SUDAN airs on VICE & Channel 4

VICE and Channel 4 broadcast the harrowing story of Natives Phil and Daoud as they were kidnapped and imprisoned whilst investigating the use of chemical weapons by the Sudanese government. VICE and C4 also put the film out on their facebook platforms and garnered... read more

BBC Storyville, France 2 and CNC support The Love Hotel

The prestigious world documentary strand Storyville at the BBC, along with France 2 and the French National Cinema Funds CNC have all committed to Native Voice’s latest feature documentary in Japan. The film will be completed at the end of 2013. read more

Natives return to Sundance with CINELAN film

The Natives were delighted to be invited to participate in the CINELAN short film project which sees 30 chosen filmmakers from around the world producing a film around the theme of human inspiration and technology. Phil Cox directed the Native’s film... read more

HBO take Bengali & Summer 2011

HBO have bought The Bengali Detective for an HBO North American Premiere in November 2011. We are pretty peached about this. Summer is in London – so the Natives have fled to Italy to rest up on the beaches, whilst Ed has gone to the Southern Hemisphere to... read more

Sundance, Berlin, Hot Docs, New York & Fox Searchlight

The Natives are now quite exhausted after racing to finish Bengali Detective for its premiere at the heady heights of Sundance and then onto the mighty Berlinale. Fox Searchlight bought the remake rights after the first screening. We had fabulous sold out audiences... read more

Bengali Selected for Berlinale 2011

The Natives are really happy that Bengali Detective has done the rare double and been invited to both Sundance and Berlin for its World and European Premieres. Ready for beer and pretzels and Bengali moves in Berlin… read more