In this colorful journey, we meet the people who are the conscience in a world losing its moral principles.
It is well understood that humanity is facing a global crisis, economically, socially, existentially. Could we make a way out of it?
This is the story of the controversial Notting Hill Carnival, from its inception out of the 1950s London race riots, to its present-day heated debate.
The unique life story of 80-years-old Firouzeh. A story full of courage, tradition and the love of nature.
A poetic journey throughout the endless landscapes of Asia, telling the story that lies behind the ever-living smiles we meet along the way.
At a time of growing anxiety and uncertainty blowing throughout the world, the documentary looks at the city of Athens for a better understanding of the world we live in today.
An ode to sound, that mysterious, invisible and intangible phenomenon that brings pleasure and togetherness – and sometimes irritation.
A moving real-life film that confronts our idea of what’s “normal” and asks the ultimate question: Does someone like Jacob have the right to live?
After they barely escaped great dangers in their homelands, they are seeking a safe refuge elsewhere. Are they useful? Are they needed?
While confronted by Parkinson’s disease, Larry chooses to not give up, but instead invites us to join him on a marvelous ride!
Their dream is to play their revolutionary rock music in the heart of Afghanistan, under the rule of the Taliban… is there a way for such a dream to come true?
Chester Yang takes us on a journey into the hustling historic city of Freetown, introducing us to its disgruntled youths and their ways of survival.
The harmonious universality of musical expression is explored in this rapturous ethnographic look at traditional folk music of Russia.
A space in time where the wheelchair meets the basketball, is where the protagonists don’t need to be called heroes.
Explore the paths towards a new model of human existence that is fair and fulfilling. With soil and people supporting each other in a sustainable way.
Cycling Nomads is an adventure documentary capturing the experiences of three travelers seeking to see the world on bikes.
A unique, poetic documentation of the seaman’s life, embraced by the confessions of the women that wait for them on shore…
The real story of a city without cinemas. A testimony of a moment in time where the film industry feels orphaned but lives in hope for a brighter future.
This is the story of the legendary Lee Scratch Perry, the inventor of reggae and dub, and a guide on how to change the world with art and music.
Forced and child marriage is happening all across the U.S. legally.
This film brings the true human cost of this human rights abuse to light.
The brilliant real story of five remarkable children that society has consistently and unflatteringly labeled “autistic.”
Humor, lyricism and touching stories by the first Brazilian clown organization to work with hospitalized children.
The incredible story of Mumia Abu-Jamal. The “voice of the voiceless” imprisoned for life. His spirit can’t be chained.
A documentary film for those who believe that anyone can change the world.
A Hollywood director leaves her lucrative career behind in order to teach film-making to youth in an impoverished community in South Africa.
This multiple award winner is sharing an honest and hard-hitting look into the often cruel and devastating impact of bullying.
Three resilient women fight for better futures for their children in one of the most misunderstood countries in the world – Madagascar.
Hypocrisy and corruption in the heart of the renowned “peacekeeping” organization? Ami Horowitz is guiding us through, in his own unique way.
Some people think of Switzerland as heaven on earth, but what do the Swiss themselves imagine life after death will be like?
A unique real-life film about the institution of marriage in the Romani tribe.
A motivating real-life film, about how talent and creativity can bloom in conditions of extreme poverty and hardship
In Argentina, every 23 hours a woman falls victim to femicide.
This is the story of those who stand by the victims of gender violence on a daily basis.
This is the story of Becky Moses, a poignant story of faith, hope and …documents.
Winner of the audience award in the world’s largest documentary film festival, ‘Deaf Child’ is ultimately a film about love and the challenges it can overcome.
Total strangers from across the globe -and the political spectrum- submit themselves to a theatrical world order where all perspectives are equal.
In “Beyond My Grandfather Allende”, his granddaughter Marcia Tambutti Allende goes in search of Salvador Allende the man
One nation’s quest to abandon the fever of war.
Get on this revelatory tour of two time Oscar-winning cinematographer Haskell Wexler’s political documentary work, that lets the veteran artist and activist share his vision of how to be a world citizen.
In Messolonghi, central Greece, the roma community lives together in peace with the locals throughout the centuries. St. Symeon feast is the best way to celebrate this harmonious coexistence.
An exceptional poetic film of historical significance, based on the belief that another history is possible. One of true freedom, unity and fellowship.
A boy caught between the ancient and the new navigates modernization on his own terms. By becoming a lion (anbessa) he can fight back against the forces beyond his control.
“…maybe we can be rap singers or footballers, street cleaners…but nothing more. We’re not part of their program”
The brilliant story of the Zen Buddhist priest Ittetsu Nemoto and the people near him that rediscover life after limbo.
A severe identity crisis is emerging in the indigenous Wayana community, as their ancient cultural heritage is confronted by the intrusive spirit of globalization.
A great investigative journey, in search of a woman that -like an entire generation of women- left Cyprus and never came back.
Leonidas, a 33-years old punk drummer in a wheelchair, plans to climb to the top of Mount Olympοs with his friends. For whom is it going to be more difficult?