Revealing the 1970's phenomenon of how young Muslim men seduced vacationing European women as practical means to get by - this film constructs a nuanced account of contemporary Muslim life and its relationship to the West.
This humanistic exposé of one of the world's largest refugee camps focuses on the lives and stories of its remarkable children - many of whom have known no life beyond its borders.
Straddling the line between documentary and poetic fiction - this film reveals the personal fallout of a prominent opponent to Paraguay's military dictatorship - as unearthed in the country's Archives of Terror.
This intimate essay film reflects on the grueling Syrian Civil War as perceived by migrant Syrian construction workers in Beirut - captive workers rebuilding a foreign city still recovering from decades of war itself.
This film revisits 1999 and the atrocities committed in Kosovo - as it investigates the hidden stories behind mass graves discovered in a suburb of Belgrade which remain unmarked.
This analysis of the flow of water from mountain to aqueduct to city to sea - filmed around the Eastern Sierra Nevada and downstream in Los Angeles and Long Beach - is a meditation on our dependence on and alienation from the natural world.
This film follows one man - a grandson of Ukrainian Jewish refugees - in his return to find the village of his ancestors and explore the historical and political context in Ukraine in the aftermath of the 2014 Ukrainian Revolution.
Following a Mexican immigrant who returns home to a small mountain village in Mexico after years of working in the US – this film is observant of the emotional and intimate stresses immigration places on family and community.
This film focuses on the 800-mile Trans-Alaska pipeline as well as downstream ports and refineries in Los Angeles – amounting to a geographic examination of place within the greater context of social and environmental forces.
This film explores the landscapes of the 2000-mile Mexico-US border - with images that highlight striking contrasts and tensions between stunning natural environments and man-made structures that seem to impose their will on them.
This awe-inspiring epic documentary reflects on the grandeur and melancholy of the Yangtze River from the port of Shanghai to its source in Tibet - as a poignant metaphor for the violence and chaos of contemporary China.