• Silou: A Tale of an Orang Asli*

      Silou: A tale of an Orang Asli is a short documentary film about a group of the first people who came to Malaysia and they are still living in one of the oldest forests in the world “Taman […]

    Malaysia 13 Minutes
  • Instruments in the Architecture

      Official Title: Instruments in the Architecture: Building The Pianodrome Pianos are being thrown away at a tremendous rate – hauled away, set on fire and their valuable heavy metal sold for scrap. Tim, Leon and their team of […]

    United Kingdom 13 Minutes
  • Step by Step to Auschwitz*

      This short documentary reveals the way how victims arrived at Auschwitz, what took place on their arrival and how they were threatened. This documentary includes interviews with actual Auschwitz prisoners and also reconstructions of their accounts.   *Only […]

    Malta 34 Minutes
  • Strong As a Storm

      ‘Strong As a Storm’ is a short documentary about James P Honey, a folk music artist and poet. We will follow him from his home in London to France and Czech Republic, through his journey into creation…  

    France 8 Minutes
  • Peace by Piece*

      Former British Army Challenger II tank driver, Peter Cosgrove suffered foot and leg injuries during an operation in Afghanistan in 2009. His road to recovery was steep and he met many challenges along the way, as well as […]

    United Kingdom 11 Minutes

      In the country of contrasts, a painter who makes the paintings of the “ugly”. Despite all the criticism, he wears his art on himself, opens his inner world to us, helps us get to know him closely.   […]

    Turkey 21 Minutes
  • To Watch the Truth in the Eyes*

      How does the Sarajevo Canton treat disabled people and children with learning disabilities? How are their lives affected by a chaotic and complicated political system? The lives of two families, Hajrich and Sunjich, are very different. The Sunjich […]

    Bosnia and Herzegovina 30 Minutes
  • Voices from Zaatari

      Follow the story of two Syrian refugees, Kotaiba, 30 years old, who founded “Acting for Change international”, an organization which provides aid to Syrian refugees and low-income Jordanians in Zaatari Village right out of the biggest refugee camp […]

    France 35 Minutes
  • Where the Poppies Grow*

      Where the Poppies Grow is a short docu-drama about one soldier during the Great War. Alfred Saxberg was a first generation Finnish Canadian who signed up at the beginning of the war and was fortunate to return home […]

    Canada 29 Minutes
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