Belluz - Producer,
Writer, Director, Cinematographer
David has a passion for Africa and the stories it holds. He has
worked in southern Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi and Zimbabwe. David also
holds a BA, Honours, with High Honours in Religious Studies from
the University of Regina. In 2001, David established Alethia Productions
Inc. "Ebola War: The Nurses of Gulu" is his first television
documentary. Other projects include coverage of the controversial
2002 Zimbabwe elections and survival stories from Uganda's child
Kuffner - Senior
Since 1992, Lori has created internationally recognized and honoured
documentaries including the Bronze Apple award-winning "The
People in Black" and Gemini nominated "The Boys Who Loved
Hockey". Her stories, which are seen around the world, range
from families affected by suicide, to today's top sports figures,
to historical works. She is President of Cooper Rock Pictures Inc..
K. Davis - Editor,
Daryl has won numerous awards in 20 years of creating TV programs
and films as producer, writer, director, editor and cinematographer.
His credits include several Gemini nominated productions including
"Walking with Giants: Grizzlies of Siberia" and "Home
on the Range". Recent works include the series "The MAXimum
Dimension", "Canadian Women of Courage" and "Leap
of Faith: The Nicole Watt Story".
Ciesielski - Sound Designer
For five years, Cary has created acclaimed sound
designs. His film credits include "Dinosaur Hunter" and
"Borderline Normal". Scores of documentaries feature his
mixes, including the series "Canadian Women of Courage"
and the art film "Daisy". The award-winning 30-minute
film "Janus" was written, directed and composed by Cary.
Orsini - Narrator
Winner of the Prix Gemeaux - Best Actress for her role as Emile
Bordeleau in "Les Filles de Caleb". Most recently in the
mini series 'The Last Chapter/Le Dernier Chapitre", she was
nominated for a 2000 Gemini Award for her starring role in the TV
movie "Dr. Lucille: The Lucille Teasdale Story". This
program explored Canada's pioneering doctor - who along with her
husband Piero Corti, transformed medical care and facilities in
Uganda. Dr. Lucille died in 1996 from AIDS after contracting HIV
in a Ugandan field hospital. Her passion for healing was passed
on to the nurses featured in "Ebola War: The Nurses of Gulu".
Douglas Dodd - Composer
of original score for "Ebola War"
Three dozen film and television productions feature Dodd's
music. He is also a performer, music director, arranger. His six
commissioned works include the Parliament Hill presentation "Reflections
of Canada - Symphony of Sound and Light". He has extensive
theatre and symphony credits including the Jessie Richardson Award,
and a Genie nomination.
Winner of 2 Jessie Awards for her performance in the long-running
"Piaf, Her Songs, Her Loves". As a singer/songwriter she
and Dodd have created six albums, and performed around the globe.
Rabu is described as "Magnifique in any language". She
appears with symphony orchestras, on television and in 1997 founded
the Young Island Voices Children's Choir.
shooting is a specialty of director David Belluz, seen here on location
in Burundi, filming another documentary.
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