Curtis McCarty was sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit and spent 22 years in prison, 19 of which on death row at Oklahoma State Penitentiary.
In ‘A Small Town in Spain, triptych’ we look back on the old and recent history of the small town Trujillo (Extremadura, Spain).
75 years ago, Italy, then ruined by war, and Belgium signed an agreement to exchange labor for coal.
In 1949, Raymond Maufrais, aged 23, left to cross all of Guyana alone. He never returned from this expedition and if an Indian Emerillon had not discovered in 1951, by a miraculous chance, his notebook, we would never have known what had happened to him.
In Brussels, witnesses tell their experiences about police violence.
In Morocco, the 1970s represent the last period where social struggles and dreams of change were a reality.
A unique behind the scenes documentary from deep within the Swedish government, following the decision makers, the management and their controversial fights against the Covid 19 pandemic.
Three young Bosnian brothers born into a family of shepherds grew up in the shadow of their father, Ibrahim, a strict, radical Islamist preacher.
What the Eye Doesn’t See is the multimedia correspondence of two artists during the 2020 lockdown.
Di, a 12-year-old Vietnamese village girl, belongs to the Hmong ethnic minority in which women marry at a very young age, becoming victims of the controversial tradition of “bride kidnapping”.
Maryna, Pavel and Denis belong to an underground theatre group in Minsk, Belarus.
At the heart of the Alps, between the goats and the cows, Fabiano and his girlfriend Eva are expecting their first child.
At 15, Alexis is one of the promising dancers of the National Ballet School of Cuba.
A spiritual journey at an altitude of 4,000 meters on the annual retreat of thousands of Tibetan nuns. Documenting the lives of the women of the Yarchen Monastery with extraordinary intimacy,
Through a white lie, Since Otar left is a delicate portrait of three women from different generations in today’s Georgia.
“I go back fifty years to the lost paradise where I experienced absolute happiness for five years.”
75-year-old Pavi is a colourful person, who lives in a clay house in the forest without electricity and running water.
The winter of 1960 to 1961 saw the longest general strike to ever take place in Belgium since the Second World War. Up to two months of total shutdown in the country to oppose an austerity law.
Marie and Juliette quit their teaching jobs to open La Petite Ecole in the heart of Brussels where children without former schooling and often exiled are welcomed.
A Circle of Men is a raw and at times uncomfortable portrayal of the process of deconstructing and exploring masculinity.