The third and final day of the Masindi Project was busy. We started at 9 a.m. on Wednesday with most of the team calling final witnesses in for interview. I went out to the Remand Home with two students, Steve and Megan, for some follow up projects.
We called the two boys for follow first. We asked our driver, whom we had just met, if he might be willing to translate for us (since none of us spoke Swahili, Arua, Acholi or any of the various local languages. He happily agreed to help.
While the interviews began, I took photos and video around the Remand Home. I haven’t made a documentary film in about two years, so I’m feeling eager for a new project. I’d like to do something on the remand situation, but I haven’t put much thought into yet. I also worked with Steve to take photos of the kids that we would print and give to them later.