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🇪🇭 Western Sahara 🇲🇦 Morocco 🇩🇿 Algeria


The 2000s

Filmmakers Fallshaw and Ayala's journey of discovery among Saharawi refugees turns into a political thriller. — Stolen is a 2009 Australian documentary film that uncovers slavery in the Sahrawi refugee camps controlled by the Polisario Front located in Algeria and in the disputed territory of Western Sahara controlled by Morocco, written and directed by Violeta Ayala and Dan Fallshaw. It had its world premiere at the 2009 Sydney Film Festival,[1] where a controversy started after one of the participants in the documentary, Fetim, a black Sahrawi, was flown to Australia by the Polisario Liberation Front to say she wasn't a slave.

Released in 2009 — 75 minutes