David Nyuol Vincentstar of the show!

David Nyuol Vincent is one of the Lost Boys of Sudan. He was trained as a child soldier in Ethiopia and lived as a refugee in Kenya until he was twenty-six. Since rebuilding his life in Australia, David has become an advocate for refugees and the Sudanese community and he is a Victorian Human Rights Youth Ambassador and a People of Australia Ambassador. He also helped to set up an all-Sudanese refugee football team, the Western Tigers, in the Brimbank soccer league. David is a true humanitarian and is committed to achieving peace for his people in Sudan. He has received many awards including: Victorian Multicultural Commission Award. Selected as one of the 100 Most Influential and Inspirational People in Melbourne by The AGE

Sarah Lewis Director/Producer

As an international, independent filmmaker for over twenty years, Sarah Lewis has produced and directed documentaries, short films, TVC’s, experimental films and corporate videos in Europe, America, Asia, Australia and Africa. Her documentaries have aired on ABC in Australia and Channel 4 in the UK.

Patrice BarratProducer

Barrat has won many awards in 29 years of journalism, including the Amnesty International award, BAFTA award, FIPA Golden Award and Adolf Grimme Preis for documentaries like FAMINE FATIGUE, DROWNING BY BULLETS, the VIS à VIS series, SARAJEVO: A STREET UNDER SIEGE and THE OTHER ALGERIA. Films he produced were also featured at the Cannes Film Festival (CONDOR: AXIS OF EVIL) and in Locarno and Rotterdam (HOW ARNOLD WON THE WEST).