The first documentary set in the fascinating and strictly-prohibited Baekhong Temple - a women-only Buddhist monastery in the pristine mountains of South Korea - this film is a visually striking exposé of female spirituality in contemporary Korea.
A sensitive and complex portrait of Marianna - as she transitions from living as a man to as a woman - and whose pursuit of self-determination risks estrangement from her family and friends.
This Emmy Award winner tracks how Israel's most popular and controversial football team - Beitar Jerusalem - an organ of Likud and the political right - was sent spiraling out of control by the most racist campaign in the history of Israeli sport.
This visually hypnotic and revealing documentary delves deep into the social truths of European gay culture and offers a poignant glimpse into the lives of immigrant Romany youth - one of the most marginalized groups in contemporary Europe.
This powerful exposé explores the world of working women in Asia and their ongoing struggle for rights. - Winner of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale
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.
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.