A reflective essay film about the Syrian Civil War's fracturing of family relationships and the fragility of existence.
This unflinching 'fly-on-the-wall' exposé of a refugee medical clinic in the suburbs of Paris – shows the evaluation of migrants with a wide range of physical and psychological injuries.
This humanistic exposé of one of the world's largest refugee camps focuses on the lives and stories of its remarkable children - many of whom have known no life beyond its borders.
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.
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.
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.