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  • There Goes Our Neighbourhood

    There Goes Our Neighbourhood tells the story of the #WeLiveHere2017 art project that brought together a community of residents in Waterloo before large-scale redevelopment changes the area forever.

    By telling the stories of this inner city community, the project empowers residents to participate...

  • Dysphoric
    1 season

    Dysphoric

    1 season

    ‘Dysphoric’ is a four-part documentary series on the rise of Gender Identity Ideology, its effects on women and girls - especially in developing countries.

  • The Block

    In the middle of the steppes of Kyrgyzstan an old foundation dating back to the Soviet era is gaining more and more importance in the nomads’ daily life.

  • Nightmare of Gaza

    A haunting, abstract and experimental narrative of a woman in the streets of Gaza surrounded by the devastation after the bombs have stopped. She has been helping others, but revelations show it is she who now needs help.

  • Vanishing Borders

    The film tells the stories of four immigrant women—Teboho Moja, Melainie Rogers, Daphnie Sicre, Yatna Vakharia — living in New York City and improving their communities with their work and activism to celebrate the ways in which immigration can transform not only those who immigrate but the place...

  • Weaving Stories

    Qiao Yun & Xiao Fang are two experienced traditional Chinese brocade weavers. With over 20 years of weaving experience, they wanted to weave a wedding gown for their own daughters whom are married earlier in the year, but their idea dropped, as they lack money and graphic design skills.

  • The two halves

    Aristotle, Cleopatra and Darwin considered earthworms essential, even sacred creatures. But the only thing we learn about earthworms is that if someone cuts them in half, they will regenerate. This story demystifies that belief. This is a story about someone who was cut in two when she was born, ...

  • Jungle

    After crossing Middle East and Europe, a young afghan boy struggles to survive as he lives and works as an hairdresser in a salon, in french Calais's migrant camp the 'Jungle'.

  • But What Was She Wearing?

    'But What Was She Wearing’ is a well-researched documentary that dissects the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act of 2013, juxtaposing this toothless law on paper with ground realities and challenges Indian women face, in pursuit of justice.

  • Abuelas

    In a small apartment in Buenos Aires, an old woman eagerly awaits the birth of her grandchild and all the joys of becoming a grandmother.
    However, horrific circumstances mean she is forced to wait for over 30 years.

  • Nothing Compares

    When Julian Stefoni was 11, his sister was kidnapped and murdered on the south side of Chicago, and he turned to music as a way to fill the void, and heal his soul. Now, many years later, he spends his nights fronting a Prince tribute act, giving fans the chance to express their collective grief ...

  • Falcong

    A day in the life of Giovanni Granati, an Italian falconer and wild animal trainer who lives in the unspoiled countryside of Abruzzo, alongside his hawks, eagles, wolves and other incredible creatures.

  • Teta

    In Teta, Alexandra Hidalgo tells the story of her journey nursing her youngest son, Santiago, for twenty-two months. Teta uses Hidalgo’s narration and the footage shot by her husband to portray the ups and downs of nursing a baby as a working mother of two. As the film shows Santiago go from his ...

  • The Sad Monk

    In Western culture, when we find ourselves in crisis, it's natural to question our existence and the meaning of life. Eastern philosophies, yoga and meditation are keys to happiness, or so preach the countless Western adherents of these far Eastern practices.
    Buddhism is one path to enlightenmen...

  • Oceans of Injustice

    For decades, a gross injustice has been perpetuated against an entire people. Through consumption of news media, we think we understand what they are going through. But we have no idea.

  • The Hacked Mind

    The Hacked Mind blurs the lines between art, spirituality, science and technology. It is a story that challenges and encourages the audience to go on an inner journey through image experience and consciousness movement.

  • Bury the Dead

    Eerf Evil is a rapper, creative & social activist from South London.