14 juin 2012
The story of the Arab revolution that was abandoned by the Arabs, forsaken by the West and forgotten by the world.
February 2011, and the Arab Spring is in full swing. International TV cameras are lapping up events in Cairo and Tunis, celebrating the overthrow of one despotic regime after another. But out of sight, in Bahrain, another uprising is underway. Foreign journalists are banned from this island kingdom, but unknown to the ruling Khalifa family, one undercover crew were capturing the horrific carnage of a revolution forgotten by the world. (continue)
Shouting in the Dark is a television documentary film about the Bahraini uprising (2011–present). The film was first aired on 4 August, 2011, featuring footage recorded during protests and police crackdowns, interviews with activists and physicians as well as footage aired by Bahraini TV.