This essential documentary on Brexit chronicles the aftermath of the historic referendum to secede from the EU and explores the zeitgeist of a proud nation swept by populism and the perceived threats of globalization and immigration.
A companion piece to Another Year - this documentary offers a harsh and unsettled portrait of poverty and urbanism through the sobering point of view of migrant children in today's China.
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.
A sensitive and complex portrait of Marianna - as she transitions from living as a man to as a woman - and whose pursuit of self-determination risks estrangement from her family and friends.
This visually hypnotic and revealing documentary delves deep into the social truths of European gay culture and offers a poignant glimpse into the lives of immigrant Romany youth - one of the most marginalized groups in contemporary Europe.
Filmed in and around a refugee detention center in the middle of the Israeli desert filled primarily with asylum seekers from Africa – this film uses their stories to engage both refugees and Israelis with Theater of the Oppressed.
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.
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.