This stark Argentinian documentary focuses in on the issue of domestic and gender-based violence - and the meticulous and unending work of a laudable social program to protect victims of abuse.
This morally-complex film concerning one woman’s search for resolution after years of trauma related to her brother’s death at the hands of German terrorists explores the radical concepts of restorative justice.
A sobering and emotional investigation of modern-day slavery - this Hungarian documentary focuses on one woman’s deplorable situation of domestic servitude and her desire to escape - raising questions about the psychology of abuse.
This riveting exposé investigates the scapegoating and mob killing of an Eritrean refugee during a deadly terrorist incident in Israel - and offers a multi-faceted reflection on the cascading nature of violence in a climate of fear and xenophobia.
Equally unsettling and thought-provoking - this documentary on an experimental open prison in Corsica explores the nature of crime and punishment through revealing in-depth interviews with serious sex offenders.
This hopeful documentary focuses on successful community building in Camden New Jersey in the form of a grassroots little league and a different approach to policing.
This artful exploration of the historical context of injustice in Ferguson Missouri that presaged the unrest there in 2014-2015 depicts a micro-history of race relations in America.
Weaving together several notorious and seemingly unrelated episodes from 1980s and 1990s South Korea - this deft exploration of crime and punishment illuminates the power structure and cultural awakening of the country as it emerged into democracy.
This intimate documentary delves into the phenomenon of African online scamming - and draws out its insightful sociological and political undertones.
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.