BBC News, in conjunction with Insight News TV, recently released a 30-minute documentary entitled “Kony: Hunt for the World’s Most Wanted.” It gives insight as to how one man has managed to escape capture for so long and continues to terrorize communities in Central Africa, and investigates the myths surrounding one of the most bizarre and brutal leaders in the world. It’s a must watch.
Ron McCullagh, the Managing Editor of Insight News Television in London, had this to say:
“Kony 2012 engaged over 100 million people in the realities of a war against many innocents in Central Africa, far far away from most of those who watched the film. For twenty years Insight News Television has been making films about Africa for broadcasters all over the world and not one of them has managed to engage so many people with Joseph Kony and his atrocities. This remarkable response to Kony 2012 inspired all of us at Insight News to make “Kony: The Hunt For The Most Wanted.” Our partner in this films is the BBC, in many people’s opinion, the best broadcaster in the world. Personally I wanted this film to create a step further into the complexities of Kony’s story for all those who were outraged by the original Kony 2012 film – and yes, we have worked very hard on this and we want as many of you to watch it as possible – you should find the investment in time you make worthwhile.”