This gripping exposé gives voice to a marginalized population of recyclers in Ghana to reflect on a poisonous side of globalization and the systematic exploitation of the people and environment of Africa.
This colorful documentary concerning the inhabitants of a poor neighborhood in Cairo records the joys and sorrows of its subjects over six years - revealing an intimate portrait of their everyday existence seldom found on the screen.
This dauntless exposé follows Indonesian sulfur miners to reflect on the exploitation of a vulnerable community for which lack of opportunities perpetuates a life of labor and peril.
This timely chronicle of South Africa's first female Public Protector is a sobering portrait of a society in turmoil - and illuminates the challenging fight against corruption and the legacy of institutionalized racism.
This crucial exposé offers rare dispatches from the proxy war in Yemen - cutting through the politics to contextualize its convoluted nature and its catastrophic toll on the Middle East's most vulnerable population.
This enduring documentary from Yemen's first female director aligns its gaze to the experiences of Yemeni children amidst the worst humanitarian crisis of our time.
Reflecting the evolution of Brazil's political crisis in recent years - this essential exposé of radical student activism offers a street-level view of the ramifications of austerity that helped set the stage for a right-wing political takeover.