A sonic portrait of a Mexican village focused on architecture and public space, ( ( ( ( ( /* ) ) ) ) ) is a sensory ethnography of culture and communication in a community founded by volcano refugees.
Weeks of Sand, Months of Ash, Years of Dust is a meditation on a past belonging to a young woman who spent her childhood growing up in Portugal and later relocated to Macao, China, a former Portuguese colony. She offers a Portuguese perspective on these historical...
Thirteen-year-old traditional horse racer Lubabalo Gibson dreams of carrying on his family legacy and becoming a professional jockey.
When Karisa’s grandmother is accused of witchcraft, he travels from Mombasa to her rural home to find out who’s behind the threatening accusations. It turns out that the letter came from a member of his own family. As events progress, the film shows how this rural community’s values have been disrupted by the twin forces of colonialism and religion.
Political activist Boniface ‘Softie’ Mwangi has long fought injustices in his country. Now he’s taking the next step by running for office in a regional Kenyan election. But running a clean campaign against corrupt opponents, with idealism as his only weapon, proves challenging – and Boniface soon discovers that confronting strong political dynasties poses a risk to his family’s safety.
Ziyaad Samodien is a powerlifter who has face a lot of adversity during his time as a powerlifter and throughout his life.
This film offers a creative exploration of the process of linguicide, through the director’s relationship with her grandparents, whose languages she has lost.
What if we proved that a persons’ name is the foundation to their pre-destination.
Would a rose smell as sweet if it was called skunk cabbage? We follow two characters with unique stories that believe their names have a direct link to how their respective lives have turned out as they have.
“This is a documentary about my mother and the moment that changed her life. Through her narration, my mother confesses to me what she remembers from the moment she was raped as a child.”- Tavo Ruiz.