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Around the globe, there are people who dedicate themselves to making a difference in their community, and to benefiting the lives of others. Their mission is not a quest for money, fame or any personal gain. They are changemakers.
Connells Bay Sculpture Park is a private property on Waiheke Island purchased by John and Jo Gow in 1993. Their vision has been to bring art and nature together by planting out large areas of native trees and creating special spaces for New Zealand contemporary sculpture. The collection contains ...
Across the world, girls take the place of goods in the economy, sold into marriage in exchange for everything from school fees to heroin. From Mei in Vietnam to Mujgan in Afghanistan, this film tells some of their stories.
A punk daydream is a film that raises questions about our identity in society, and our spiritual connection to earth, through a surreal interpretation of punk and tribal culture, guided by the rich sounds of Indonesia, from punk music to traditional gamelan and local experimental music.