Shanny Haziza

"Congo. I first came here to the Democratic Republic 5 years ago as part of a research of the humanitarian situation. An important figure in the UN delegation told me something that should trouble the whole world: Uranium is being sent by devious ways from Congo to Iran."

Initial dialogue of the film.

(Hazman Hatzahov) Israel, 2012, 54 min, English subtitles Production Sasha Klein Production  World Premiere, Rio 2013 With unparalleled bravery, journalist Shanny Hazzia goes behind the scenes of one of the most dangerous black markets in the world. In an attempt to unravel some of the mystery behind the uranium trade, she travels to Congo where her rare documentation allows a peak into the shady dealings of “the yellow market”. Congo is a conflict ridden country where many regions are controlled by militias. With little or no supervision the main victims become the villagers who live near the uranium mines. A powerful piece of journalism that takes on a very hot topic. Contact Cara Saposnik Ruth Diskin Films Festivals and Marketing