Runtime: 12 minutes
Moza, a 20-year-old South Sudanese migrant wants to sing his rap song to his friends and the African youth who are undermined by frequent negative news reports which have influenced the wider community and resulted in increased racism, suspicion and lateral violence against African residents. But on this day his dreams of finding his voice are sorely tested!
Ez Eldin Deng is an emerging South Sudanese writer/director, based in West Melbourne, Australia. He has worked on a number of professional projects including: Dogmee (2007), Job Seeker… (2007), Broken Dreams (2008), The Life (2008), No Junk Mail (2008), Never Ever (2009), What’s up (2009). Road.Dogs is his first professional drama directorial debut.
Director/Writer/Producer - Ez Eldin Deng
Wol Riak (Krown) - “Moza”