An interactive documentary project that uses video, photos, & other personal media created by Egyptians to tell the story of the revolution.
A tiny island in the Bay of Bengal is notable for 2 reasons: it is sinking into the sea, and is populated almost entirely by sex workers.
An intimate portrait of the last of the water slums in Salvador, Brazil, facing demolition in the name of environmental conservation.
Three Mardi Gras Indians in New Orleans offer a window onto a vibrant segment of the city’s African American community.
The rivalries and political intrigues of Tajikistan’s polo-like favorite sport open an intriguing window on this former Soviet republic.
This first film by and about queer Indonesian women features eight poetic shorts interwoven with the story of Srikandi of the Mahabharata.
A wide-angle exploration of the environment movement and the people and stories that have defined it over 50 years of activism.
Our tribute to the beloved documentarian and educator George Stoney, who passed away earlier this year, engenders a lively discussion about truth, fiction, and the impact of documentary filmmaking on its subjects.
A captivating look at the tradition of Grab Day, a community-wide prayer of abundance, thanks, and renewal among Laguna Pueblo Indians.
The stunning visuals of the preparation of 50,000 free meals a day served in the Golden Temple in Amritsar offer insights into the meaning of charity and philanthropy.