The harmonious universality of musical expression is explored in this rapturous ethnographic look at traditional folk music of Russia.
Cycling Nomads is an adventure documentary capturing the experiences of three travelers seeking to see the world on bikes.
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.
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.
A Hollywood director leaves her lucrative career behind in order to teach film-making to youth in an impoverished community in South Africa.
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
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”
A severe identity crisis is emerging in the indigenous Wayana community, as their ancient cultural heritage is confronted by the intrusive spirit of globalization.
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.
An ode to sound, that mysterious, invisible and intangible phenomenon that brings pleasure and togetherness – and sometimes irritation.