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In Art We Trust is a documentary film about the last days of the art house Tacheles. After the fall of the Berli... more
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A simple Moroccan peasant, nicknamed “Hercules” due to his uncommon strength, lives with his family on a spit of land adjacent to a magnificent beach south of Tangie... more
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Finding Home is a gripping documentary following the lives of three young Cambodian women who were victims of sex trafficking at a young age. The film brings to life the brutal and evil world of modern-day slavery. Through three years of filming their post trafficking experiences, these young women reveal their stories with dignity. The viewer will see the devastation and heartache of these tragic stories, but will also experience hope and joy as they journey with these young women on a path from victi... more

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The Evidence of Hope is an impressionistic portrait of the lives of three unique individuals - a courageous woman in Honduras challenging the indignities within a city dump, a Filipino preacher confronting the inequity within a government, a police officer fighting the injustice within the corrupt Kenyan system - as they define what it means to confront oppression through the pursuit of their divine calling.

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Black and White and Dead All Over is an in-depth look at the newspaper industry as it struggles to remain financially viable and to keep the presses rolling. Through the voices of prominent journalists including Bob Woodward of the Washington Post and David Carr of the New York Times, we reveal an industry in the midst of a financial death spiral, as readers abandon print for online news sources. We see publishers and editors desperately trying to create a sustainable business model for their dyin... more

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Twenty years after the genocide, Eugene Murangwa, the former goalkeeper of the National Football Team of Rwanda returns to his native country. In association with former teammates who sheltered him during the 1994 genocide, Eugene is committed to rebuilding the bonds ruptured by decades of hatred. He undertakes a journey to confront the history of football, a sports that entertains close ties with the colonial past and the tragedy his country underwent. At the image of Rwandan society, Eugene seeks t... more

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Eight women on the margins of Israeli society are thrown together during the course of a school year at Tel Aviv’s oldest beauty school. Amidst the combs and colorings, these women present a microcosm of modern-day Tel Aviv - native Israelis and new immigrants, Asians and Africans, among them women struggling with cancer and personal loss. As they learn to create beauty without, each woman undergoes a powerful transformation within. The eight characters spotlighted in the film share some commo... more

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A feature documentary about the efforts of three dissimilar communities around the world in combating violent extremism. The film explores the complex world of Los Angeles gang members, Lebanese and Palestinian militias, and Pakistani militants. It also spotlights community leaders, religious leaders and educators who are facilitating the rehabilitation of radicalized youth. 'Back from the Brink' is used as a teaching tool for educators and parents in programs to counter violen... more

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This story is one of human courage, - a true story of the human right to life. Truth and revelation should be the core of any documentary. This is not just a simple story to convey truth or a story about a war reporter's experiences. This is the story of an entire people, who defended themselves. This is their story documented by one man from the inside out. BENEATH THE SKY is a documentary film based on the war footage of cameraman Sulejman Mulaomerovic. Under the most difficult circumstance... more

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In this dynamic video, Prem Rawat proposes that the first step toward achieving world peace is for individuals to feel peace. Using examples from historical figure...more
 
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Made in China: Factory Girls explores the dreams, aspirations and social mobility of China's female factory workers, who make up 90% of China's export workforce. Wher...more
 
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An hour-long documentary that explores the causes behind the 119 self-immolations known to have taken place in Tibet since 2009. Combining smuggled videos, first-hand account...more
 
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In the rapidly expanding cities of East Africa, where unemployment is high and opportunities are scarce, women are selling in the marketplace as an economic option. The...more
 
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The stories of minority populations living in East Prussia (the Kaliningrad region) from 1935 to 1948 – before, during and after World War II – and how their live...more
 
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'The Cave of Fertility' is a holy cave where the sangomas or traditional healers of the Sotho people have lived for centuries. Pilgrims from all over Lesotho and South Afric...more
 
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