This devastating and highly important film depicts the brutal reality of the Syrian Civil War as captured first-hand by both its victims and its perpetrators - or "1001" ordinary Syrians.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This pertinent exposé shows the plight of unaccompanied asylum-seeking minors in 'the Jungle’ of Calais - a notorious camp that confined thousands of refugees in disastrous conditions amidst the distressed border politics of the EU.
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.