Arts of Conflict

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.

Isola

On the Western Mediterranean’s last prison island both guards and prisoners are isolated by the sea and are subject to the laws of justice.

Toumast

…Guitars And Kalashnikovs. Moussa Ag Keyna, ex-rebel and musician, guides us through the living history of the Tuareg.

Above and Below

Far, far away and out of sight, that’s where April, Dave, Cindy, Rick and the Godfather are creating life on their own terms.

All Governments Lie

Independent journalists are changing the face of journalism, providing investigative alternatives to the mainstream news outlets

Guantanamo’s Child: Omar Khadr

The real story of the world’s youngest “war criminal”. He was detained in Guantanamo since he was 15;
now, home in Canada to complete his sentence.
His story in his own words.

A Quest For Meaning

Marc and Nathanael invite us to join them on their soul-searching quest, calling into question our vision of the world.

Voices of Transition

Explore the paths towards a new model of human existence: one which is fair, environmentally sound and fulfilling, with soil and people supporting each other in a balanced and sustainable way.

Next Stop: Utopia

When a factory closed down because of the crisis in Greece, a group of workers occupied it and ran it on their own, following the principles of absolute equality and direct democracy.

Songs From the Soil

A visual poem that challenges our experience of beauty and ugliness, in a time and place where nature is the protagonist.

Alice Cares

Alice is bringing a new perspective in the socio-technological debate that is growing in our times.