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  • Empathy

    Ed is commissioned to make a documentary intending to change the habits of society that are detrimental to animals. But completely alien to the animal-loving culture; he will realize that to carry out the project, he must first convince himself.
    The process of documentation and Eds conversations ...

  • A Russian Fairy Tale

    The harsh realities of growing up homeless in Siberia. Following the break up of the Soviet union, a gang of children from broken homes made a new life together inside the derelict buildings of a once secret weapons manufacturing city. In their childhood innocence, they thought they were living a...

  • Tanzania Transit

    The disparate lives of three passengers aboard a cross country train. On board a sleeper train crossing Tanzania, the stories of three passengers unfold. Rukia is an entrepreneurial woman, on her way to begin a new life. Isaya is an old Masai man heading back to the bush with his grandson. Peter,...

  • The Eye Of Istanbul

    The story of legendary Armenian-Turkish photographer, Ara Guler
    An insightful doc thick with the sights and smells of a foreign rarely glimpsed world. Ara Güler's archive of photographs captures the essence of Istanbul over sixty years. The legendary Armenian-Turkish photographer dedicated his li...

  • A Social Cure

    The true story of the highly successful South African social media campaign to combat AIDS

  • The Children Of The Noon

    A beautifully intimate portrayal of coming of age in a Kenyan orphanage
    Daily routines mark time for the children of Kenya’s Nchiru AIDS orphanage. Delving into the minutiae of their burgeoning lives, it is soon clear that amid their cheerful patter, death lurks in the shadows, as they cope with ...

  • False Confessions

    During a police interrogation in the US, a complex psychological tactic is used to get suspects to confess to crimes. Over the years, behind closed doors, in rooms devoid of recording devices to document the process, trained interrogators have been monumentally successful at getting defendants to...

  • Waging Change

    From no paid sick leave, to a reliance on tips in order to make a living, the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the many fault lines in the American restaurant industry that affect both workers and consumers. As millions of restaurant workers were laid off in the face of the pandemic, Waging Change ...

  • Angel Of Nanjing

    The man single-handedly patrolling the Yangtze River Bridge to save those attempting suicide
    Angel of NanjingThe Yangtze River Bridge in Nanjing is the most popular place in the world to commit suicide, with over 5 attempts per week. For the past 11 years, blue-collar worker Chen Si has been patr...

  • Sheltered

    In the busy world of the animal shelter, the loving bond between humans and animals is strained by the endless stream of abandoned cats, dogs, and rabbits. Pets are life companions - but for some, they are dispensable. With care and training by the passionate employees and dedicated volunteers, t...

  • Operation Wolf Patrol

    Eco-activist Rod Coronado has made it his life's mission to advocate for the planet and the rights of animals. In 2014 he formed Wolf Patrol, an activist group which fights to end hunting of the grey wolves that roam Wisconsin’s forests. After 30 years of radical environmental action, which earne...

  • Sorojchi

    "Sorojchi" is how altitude sickness is known in Bolivia and it is something that is felt in the cities of El Alto and La Paz. It is here where we learn the story of four urban artists who, through their work, share their views on Bolivia and Bolivians, immersed in a big social and political crisis.

  • The Loop

    A small discovery leads two adventurers to climb the cliffs of their home island and make unexpected discoveries. Their challenge, obstructed by tons of pollution that is swept up the coast every day, marks a shift in perspective and their interaction with our environment.

  • Mergui

    The film concerns the Myeik Archipelago in most southern Myanmar. Myanmar, also known as Burma opened its doors to foreign visitors just a few years ago. Today these 800 Islands are among the top 10 destinations of travelers and scuba diver´s bucket lists. This documentary acts as a beautiful hom...

  • Sidik And The Panther

    Sidik has spent the last twenty-five years searching for a Persian leopard in the genocide-scarred mountains of Kurdistan in northern Iraq. If he can capture one of these magical creatures on film, the rugged region will be declared a national park and the bombs will never fall again. Acclaimed d...

  • This Little Land of Mines

    During the Vietnam War, the US bombed Laos more heavily than any other country had been bombed before. Spanning over three presidential terms, it was the largest covert CIA operation in US history. Today, the Laos people live among, and risk their lives to clear, over 80 million unexploded bombs ...

  • Yasuni Man

    A desperate struggle between conservationists and oil interests plays out, as the indigenous people living in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazon struggle to preserve their way of life against encroaching modernity. Filmmaker and biologist Ryan Patrick Killackey documents the staggering biodiversi...

  • Ocean To Sky

    In 1953, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first to summit Mount Everest. That same year, the jetboat was invented. With this new invention, Hillary strove to also become the first to tackle the Himalayas' greatest river: the Ganges. It was a perilous journey from ocean to sky, achieved ...

  • Murder On The Reef

    Murder on the Reef follows the hotly debated issues surrounding the world's largest living structure, the Great Barrier Reef. Many scientists now believe as much as fifty percent of the corals have died and for 4 years, scientist Dr Allen Dobrovolsky tested the reef's water quality and his resear...

  • Soldiers Who Rape

    Hundreds of thousands of women were brutally raped in the Democratic Republic of Congo's civil war. Rape is endemic on all sides of the conflict. At times extremely shocking, this film attempts to discover why rape is seen as a normal weapon of war and contains interviews with multiple soldiers w...

  • The Reluctant Revolutionary

    President Saleh ruled Yemen from 1978 to 2012, only being ousted through revolution. This film is an intimate portrait of Yemen as the revolution unfolds, told through the eyes of tour guide leader Kais - who, although an intelligent commentator, sits on the side-lines as protests erupt. Director...