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Films /

  • Dying to Tell the Story

    Dying to Tell the Story

    Dying to Tell the Story is about a journalist, Dan Eldon, a 22-year-old photographer who was killed in Somalia in 1993.

  • The Cup – Tibet

    The Cup – Tibet

    The Cup is the story of a group of young Tibetan boys living as monks in a remote monastery at the foot of the Himalayas in Northern India.

  • The Way Home – South Korea

    The Way Home – South Korea

    The Way Home follows a seven-year-old boy from the big city, to a small and remote rural community, where he must live with his partially deaf and completely mute maternal grandmother while his mother looks for a job.

  • Children of Heaven – Iran

    Children of Heaven – Iran

    Children of Heaven is a contemporary Iranian film about families, compassion, moral responsibilities and issues of limited resources.

  • Whale Rider – Maori Culture

    Whale Rider – Maori Culture

    Whale Rider reveals the struggle between Koro, the old chief of a Maori (New Zealand) community, and Pai, his young and determined granddaughter.

  • Beat the Drum – South Africa

    Beat the Drum – South Africa

    Beat the Drum is a contemporary South African film about the devastation of HIV / AIDS.

  • Please Vote For Me – China

    Please Vote For Me – China

    Please Vote for Me is a contemporary Chinese film about an experiment with democracy in a class of third graders at the Evergreen Primary School in Wuhan, where students will vote to decide who will fill the prestigious position of Class Monitor.

  • Like Stars on Earth – India

    Like Stars on Earth – India

    Eight-year-old Ishaan's world is filled with wonders that no one else seems to appreciate.

  • Happy

    Happy

    Happy is an award-winning feature-length documentary that takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy.

  • Defiant Requiem

    Defiant Requiem

    Defiant Requiem tells the remarkable story of Rafael Schachter, a brilliant young and passionate Czech opera-choral conductor who was arrested and sent to the concentration camp of Theresienstadt (Terezin) in 1941.

  • The Dhamma Brothers

    The Dhamma Brothers

    Considered worse than worthless by their society, these men undertake a radical inner journey which transforms their self-image, gives them power over their impulses, and enables them to give back to the narrow community in which they must spend their remaining years.