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.
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.
The fiery debate over the global influence of Islam - and its interaction with pluralist democracy - is explored in a dialogue between two influential public thinkers - Maajid Nawaz and Sam Harris.
This eloquent documentary follows the faceless vessels of globalization and evokes a pensive narrative of the human condition as filtered through global trade and the regimentation of nature.
This intimate exploration of Jewish-American heritage retraces the socio-cultural textures of Kew Gardens - an important enclave in New York City for Jewish refugees from the Holocaust.
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.
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 portrait of a Cambodian woman in unfinished mourning over the murder of her family during the country's 1975-1979 genocide hauntingly illustrates that the past is never a closed event.
This singular essay film traces the fragments of a revolution - splicing images of a dream for freedom from Palestinian struggle cinema - films produced between 1968 and 1982 in relation to the Palestinian revolution.