This acclaimed documentary paints an incandescent portrait of a young woman who has gained an online following to ultimately reflect on an emerging social movement that challenges the concepts of formulated identity and personal privacy.
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 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 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 investigation of one of the largest environmental disasters in recent history traces its origins in the nexus of big business and politics in Indonesia and explores its many ramifications.
This kaleidoscopic essay film looks at decades of Queer representation in British media and popular culture to trace a chronicle of prejudice and misconception - and offer a reflection on the evolution of public acceptance.
Expressed through firsthand accounts - this survey of modern Cambodia and its history focuses on the genocide under the Khmer Rouge and its ongoing ramifications.
Prying the lid off daily life in Myanmar (Burma) and capturing its beauty and cruelty in equal measure - this exposé of the isolated country as it begins to open to the world is both a portrait of a nation and a survey of its modern history.
Equally unsettling and thought-provoking - this documentary on an experimental open prison in Corsica explores the nature of crime and punishment through revealing in-depth interviews with serious sex offenders.
This haunting essay film explores the psychological consequences of contemporary work culture to offer a multi-layered meditation on the encompassing regime of global capitalism and its hidden systems of control.
This harrowing documentary gives voice to brave Russian LGBT youth behind the Children 404 underground internet movement - oppressed by Putin's corrosive propaganda and the pervasive homophobia in Russian society.
This chronicle of one outsider's attempt to revive Russia's largest state-run automaker offers an insightful view of the challenges facing the post-Soviet workforce in the capitalist global economy.