Baghdad On Fire
With unique access to Noor and her friends we join young Iraqi women and men who side by side are fighting for democracy. Noor's life is changing dramatically while she is taking part in the biggest youth movement in Iraq.
Palawan appears to be an idyllic tropical island. But for a tiny network of environmental crusaders trying to protect its spectacular natural resources, it is more akin to a battlefield. Delikado follows Bobby, Tata and Nieves, three magnetic leaders of this network, as they risk their lives to stop politicians and businessmen from destroying the Philippines’ "last ecological frontier."
The film, told through the eyes of Devi Khadka, brings to light the invisible war on the women who survived sexual violence during Nepal’s civil war. Devi is now leading a campaign in her home country and giving testimony at international conferences. The impact campaign seeks to bring perpetrators to justice, and healing to survivors.
Genève, du Pétrole à Tout Prix
Oil company Gunvor accused of corruption in Congo, causing a stir in oil trading capital Geneva. Roland and Moke expose the unknown oil sector workings and the legal case. Film uncovers the impact of these companies on developing nations and Swiss authorities' responsibility, as corruption scandals rise and poverty deepening.
Je Suis Noires
In Switzerland,a land of consensus and neutrality, women are raising their voices against structural racism, stereotypes, and asserting their Swiss and black identity. Rachel M'Bon, a Swiss-Congolese journalist, embarks on a personal journey of self-discovery, reflecting on her past, present, and challenging her country and fellow citizens.
Kivu: Le Lac de la Vie
Day and night, workers of Goma are concentrated building a town that is certain to be destroyed again. In the East of the DR Congo, Goma lives next to Africa's most dangerous volcano and under the threat of Lake Kivu, whose worrying amount of methane gas could explode at any moment.
Let's Play Soldiers
A 16 y.o former child soldier, Nasser, returns home to a small village South of Yemen to care for his family and prevent his two younger siblings from dropping out of school and following the same path. The ongoing 8-year war has broken his older brother and father before him.
Life Is Beautiful
Stuck in the Norwegian Arctic, a young Palestinian filmmaker confronts being “stateless” and “displaced” — labels which he resists. With his camera as witness he perseveres and fights for self- determination. Mohamed Jabaly’s film makes a highly political story into a personal journey.
Made in Ethiopia
Three pioneering women navigate the bumpy expansion of the biggest Chinese industrial park in Ethiopia.
Missing From The Firetrail Road
An investigation into one woman who went missing in 2020 in the US state of Washington becomes an excavation of intergenerational trauma and the destruction of Native American communities and culture.
My Name Is Happy
Aspiring popstar Mutlu Kaya (Mutlu means ‘happy’ in Turkish) narrowly escapes an attempted femicide with her life. Despite life changing injuries, Mutlu goes in search of justice and to reclaim her voice as a singer.
Our Land, Our Freedom
A Kenyan woman's search for her father's remains becomes an investigation into British colonial atrocities including concentration camps and land theft. As her personal mission expands, she transforms into a powerful advocate for justice and land resettlement.
Peace For Nina
In a country at war, a Ukrainian mother channels her grief into action as she seeks justice for her son’s capture and murder at the hands of a Russian mercenary. Will Nina succeed in breaking the cycle of violence plaguing her family and finally find peace?
Pülö; bloodstream of the Kirike
Pülö means blood and oil. Oil is the blood of Kirike, it keeps the people going. Blood is the stream of life, what happens when this stream is poisoned? The lives of the Kirike people, who rely on the island’s water, are under threat.
Shadow Game is a mosaic story in which the experiences of many young refugees on the road are forged together into one universal tale: a modern Odyssey. Will they overcome the numerous obstacles they face? And will they find a new home?
Songs Of Sisterhood
Lu and Margot oppose the conservative, oppressive norms of today's Poland. As they fight for a better world in real life and online, they are celebrated on social media but also physically and mentally harmed.
This film about the genesis of Dutch bike culture seeks to inform contemporary urban planning amidst the climate crisis. It tells the story of an idealist young politician who successfully fought to remove cars from the centre of Groningen, Netherland in the 1970’s.
The Half Truth
Chhattisgarh is an environmentally-endangered state where the last dense forest, “the lungs of India,” exists. When multinational mining companies eviscerate the forest, Soni, a tribal school teacher, is caught. Arrested, tortured, and raped, her quest for justice makes her an international symbol of resistance against state oppression.
The Illusion of Abundance
To face some of the biggest mining transnational corporations in Latin America, three women land defenders are adapting 500 years of colonial resistance to today’s global reality. How to hunt down corporations, wherever they hide?
The Long Rescue
The documentary follows Filipina teen sex trafficking survivors for six years as they recover in asecret shelter and re-enter the world – hoping to overcome the poverty, predators, and pimps of their childhood. Full of dreams and love for their families, they must navigate a callous society and their own embodied trauma before they can truly thrive
The Monster (la Mina)
The Monster of El Estor is the tale of a demon that has inhabited a remote, rural town in Latin America since the 1960s and a people’s struggle to conquer its evil spirit.
Volverte A Ver (To See You Again)
In Mexico, families of the disappeared search for their loved ones to see them again, even if they have to dig them from a hidden grave.
À Notre Tour
À Notre Tour follows a group of young French Jews and Muslims touring their country to fight against racism and antisemitism among their fellow youth. The film doesn't shy away from crude discriminatory speeches, but it also shows how hope and activism can be fostered.