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Two women publicly envision two different dreams for Tunisia in the aftermath of the Arab Spring.
Sold out - An African-American musician interviews and befriends members of the Ku Klux Klan in a moving investigation of race relations in the U.S.
A musician and cocoa farmer in a small Afro-Venezuelan village becomes a source of inspiration far and wide.
Meet Michelle Smith, a bold 20-year-old woman—both blind and autistic— paving her own way in a small New England town.
A young Cuban man with Down syndrome grapples with new responsibilities when his mother falls ill.
Activists fight to provide a proper burial for a young Aché girl who was kidnapped by white settlers in Paraguay in the 19th century.
The shale oil industry booms on Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota, and tribal leaders fight to save their land and society.
Enter the daily lives and relationships of Tibetan nomads as they struggle with the pressures of modernization and climate change.
Sold out - In this special showcase we present four of the newest shorts to come out of the Visual Anthropology tradition.
11-year-old Zaid and his group of friends stir up excitement—and a little trouble—during the Kite Festival in Ahmedabad.
Mexican workers in the U.S. carnival industry weigh opportunity vs. exploitation as they navigate a controversial visa system.
Rio de Janeiro’s fishermen and environmentalists try to maintain their way of life in the face of severe environmental degradation.
A small entourage of brave Afghan cinephiles has preserved thousands of hours of this beloved cultural legacy
A brass band from Benin takes a spiritual journey to Lagos, homeland of Afrobeat, and connects with ideals of contemporary pan-Africanism.
Adults relive their summer-camp experiences and rediscover their identity without cell phones.
Journey into a rehearsal of a Māori rite as performed by a New Zealand rugby team.
An immersive virtual reality experience filmed on location captures Cuban dancers in action.
The Blind Boys of Alabama have a singular career spanning the ups and downs of gospel music in America from the 1930s to today.
Vivid and relatable stories of families caught in the crosshairs of our national debate on immigration policy
Two men in New York are initiated as kahu oli, caretakers of an ancient Hawaiian chant tradition.
Ghanaian polymath J.C. Abbey has a singular 50-year career of music-making and puppet-making, chronicling the music of his homeland.
A TV station in the Democratic Republic of Congo takes great risks to tell critical local stories.
Find out what it’s like to be the first women running for public office in Saudi Arabia
A ghostwriter of online dating profiles and a wedding videographer reflect on romance in the digital age.
Two renowned Hawaiian graffiti artists follow different paths back to their cultural roots.
A former Buddhist monk with revolutionary ideas builds a school for Tibetan Thangka art.
Experience the way of life of yak herders on the Mongolian steppes, Maasai in Kenya, and Bajau sea nomads living off the coast of Borneo as they move from place to place across their ancestral territories.
Delve into the art of the Petyarre sisters and see their vibrant paintings come to life.
The riveting case of an Indigenous activist embodies the conflict between Māori communities and the New Zealand government.
In a six-minute splash of imagery and interview, Monica tells her story of selling goldfish for 45 years at a colorful Coney Island shop.
A Saami artist from northern Sweden follows an arduous path to become a voice for her community.
A beautiful and nuanced perspective on the transformation of the world’s largest salt flat, in Bolivia, after the discovery of lithium reserves under the salt.
Meet patients at a hospice in Scotland who share the stories and feelings of their last days through song and film.
Five Native American nations fight for their homeland to be designated a national monument.
Uncover the story of the arms trade through the lens of real people and their interactions with weapons.
Subsistence hunters and scientists in Greenland bear witness and offer insights from the frontlines of climate change.
The video diary of a teenage Syrian refugee pays tribute to the restorative power of the outdoors.
Follow Sonia Mamani as she takes her passion for Peruvian cuisine on the road, traveling the continent and teaching women how to cook.
A Senegalese woman, living in the sprawl of Dakar, pursues a career as a rapper against all odds.
Follow three teens who seek refuge in the community provided by a railway in Hungary operated entirely by youth.
Five Brazilian women reflect on their lives in a Brazilian slum today vis-à-vis a best-selling diary account of a favela from the 1960s.
The story of a WWII G.I. and photographer helps us rethink the way we look at photo journalism and contemporary war photography.
A young Nepalese woman overcomes unimaginable challenges to become a human rights activist.
Four international borders illuminate ubiquitous and contentious geopolitical issues between neighboring countries.
Recently digitally remastered in Turkana with English subtitles, a beautiful and influential film of renowned filmmakers David and Judith MacDougall.
Journey into the musical subculture of the Middle East during the Arab Spring.
An Indigenous Australian boy preparing for an initiation to manhood struggles to find his identity.
Women play a crucial role in one of history’s most successful revolutionary experiments.