Our films are made for high school children. We make films that speak the language of kids. We say, “You may live thousands of miles away from these problems in Uganda, but those kids are just like you, and you can do something to help them by getting your government and your self involved.” Our films weren’t made to be scrutinized by theGuardian. They were made to get young people involved in some of the world’s worst crimes. We can’t solve every crime, and we don’t intend to. But we can help fight the worst crimes.
In one of the first in-depth interviews with a creator of the “Kony 2012” documentary, Jedidiah Jenkins addresses criticism of the film.