This captivating and sobering documentary explores China's austere model of urbanization through the human drama of its most vulnerable citizens.
This sobering exposé of political corruption and disarray in Cambodia reveals the country's deepening human rights crisis and the origins of political activism among its most vulnerable citizens.
A heartfelt exploration of the lives of three young people from different classes and regions in China who are looking to find their way in China’s emergent modern society.
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.
A reflective essay film about the Syrian Civil War's fracturing of family relationships and the fragility of existence.
Filmed in Maidan square during the violent Ukrainian winter of 2013-14 - All Things Ablaze provides a rare and uncompromising glimpse into the violence and disarray on the frontline of Ukraine's public uprising.
This riveting account of a young female Egyptian activist and her fight for personal and political emancipation unfolds over the momentous six years following the Arab Spring.
Expressed through firsthand accounts - this survey of modern Cambodia and its history focuses on the genocide under the Khmer Rouge and its ongoing ramifications.
This pressing British documentary critically explores invisible threads behind contemporary media coverage in a new era of mass migration and refugee crisis - and the profound ethical conflicts facing the international press.
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.
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.
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.