These films tell the incredible migration story of Emanuel - an African refugee of disputed origin - who is trapped in Norway for nearly ten years as it remains illegal for him to stay and illegal for him to leave.
This film explores the history and future of the native Ojibwe people - through the lens of the Ojibwe's Seven Fires Prophesy - and how it resonates across the generations of the indigenous community in Sault Ste. Marie Michigan.
Capturing the rhythms of a migrant family's life over the course of a year in Wuhan China – Another Year proposes the three-generation family as a lens for seeing deeper into China’s economic boom and massive urbanization.
Ain al-Hilweh - the Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon built nearly 70 years ago - is home to over one hundred thousand refugees crammed into a 1 square kilometer piece of land. "A World Not Ours" tells the story of this community.
Filmed as the Syrian Civil War began to slowly bear down on Damascus - this documentary explores the lives of residents who were forced to decide whether to stay and protect their homes or to flee and leave everything behind.
Filmed on the Native American reservation of the same name in South Dakota - this film explores what shapes the lives and dreams of today's Native American youth.
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.