In 2013, a Syrian official flees with 27,000 photos of corpses tortured to death in the country’s prisons since 2011.
An allegorical tale of female emancipation set amidst the Syrian conflict in Damascus, about a family who decides to stay behind in the besieged area.
This political thriller details the journey of Sami, an Arabic-English translator to find his brother who has been arrested by the Assad regime for participating in a peaceful demonstration.
The Tibetan Girl reveals through Drolma’s life, her religious devotion, her joy, sadness and purity,
Dolni Tsibar is a village on the banks of the Danube in north-western Bulgaria, the EU’s poorest area.
China keeps lives, stories and sufferings invisible. In Blossom With Tears, the director, Huaqing Jin
Intag Valley. Julio, 67, has been fighting for years against the threat of mining in his village.
My mother Agnieszka, a Polish housewife, attempts to fill her lonely days in her luxurious mansion in the suburbs of Brussels
Assange remains a remand prisoner at U.K.'s maximum security Belmarsh Prison
A priest and an 80-year-old German woman carry on with their lives amidst the ruins of rural northern Czechia – a land violently bereft of its faith and Germanic population in the wake of WW2.
Through exchanges of words and memories, the director and her mother weave the threads and blind spots of their history of separation and sacrifice.
“My Friend Päivi” is a portrait of the Finnish artist Päivi Pennola.
The intimate portrait of an anarchist.
At the beginning of the 90s, civilian volunteers, who come from the same village,
A motorcycle speeds through Niger. On board, Moussa, a young Tuareg and
I’m going on a trip and I take with me: an elephant bone to stir food, a feather to catch winged termites, eight butterflies, a rope made of fragrant roots…
Nothing is easy when you return home. After having tried the adventure to Europe,
The Rohingya crossed the border to escape persecution in Myanmar and arrived in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Funny, charismatic and with an iron will, that is how we know the Paralympic wheelchair athlete Marieke Vervoort,
In the early 90’s, women left Moldova in large numbers to provide for their families.
Among the little tits, it is quite big – the great tit. It is probably the best-known tit species
On the frozen borders of Greenland, three daring and committed glaciologists explore
In July of 1990, the Oka Crisis was a critical moment in contemporary Canadian history
Ghosty travels to Poland in hopes of finding a lullaby that his grandmother never sang to him.
When Áila encounters a young Indigenous woman, barefoot and crying in the rain on the side of a busy street, she soon discovers that this young woman,
Released in 1971, this lyrical short documentary marked the directorial debut of legendary Abenaki director Alanis Obomsawin.
Since the first day of the pandemic which began in March 2020, a collective of directors and health workers from Brussels and Wallonia have been having online conversations, recorded on Skype.
In the documentary “La Marelle”, Laura De Baudringhien proposes an experience during which she brings together her neighbors, who each have small gardens adjacent to hers in her apartment in Anderlecht/Clémenceau.
14-year-old Leonie from eastern Berlin is conquering the world as a teenage influencer.
Bertha, Carolina and Maxima’s stories are of tireless environmental resistance and their conviction to hunt down transnational corporations, wherever they hide.
Alanis Obomsawin’s feature-length documentary shines a light on the many Indigenous people who
Full of desire, I accumulate sexual encounters with men. But between my desires and the reality of these nights, there is a gap. Thus, I write and film.
Who wants to work anyway? In an equally funny and gripping documentary, John Webster gets to the bottom of the problems of modern office life.
Nevine carries the legacy of a Kurdish mother, an exile and a daily activist for the cause of kurd people.
A team of students challenge themselves to film scenes of intimacy.
Dark Red Forest is an exploration of the mysterious daily life of women devoted to their faith.
In October 2020, while hospitalizations due to the coronavirus are constantly increasing, the second wave is at the doors of the C.H.U. of Liège, the main hospital of Wallonia, in Belgium.
Today, almost everyone knows how to recognize a polar bear or a Chinese panda, symbols of threatened biodiversity.
After spending some time in New York, filmmaker Shuli Huang returns to his hometown of Wenzhou.
In Bucharest, near the North Station, Ilinca, Melinda, Nicoleta and Nella fight every day to survive.
A film about a man’s fight against the chocolate giants and a billion-dollar industry
A timeless David and Goliath story.
I ask my mother about her past feminist commitment, and why she made a child on her own.
How do you reinvent yourself when your partner is going through a change?
A feature documentary that brings us to the world of Conga Competitions in the Carnival of Santiago de Cuba
This gripping documentary follows the Ugandan opposition leader, activist and musical star Bobi Wine.
Lim Seonn-Yeo, 68, has never left a deep mountain village in Samcheok, Gangwon Province.
With a mesmerizing cinematography and great empathy, Panay brings us to the world of Opio, a 13 years old boy ready to do what it takes to be able to attend school.
The Hamlet Syndrome depicts the young Ukrainian generation scarred by war and political breakthroughs.
A teenage girl named Sahar, who recently lost her mother, tries to take care of her father Rahim, a man with special needs.
Set in the sprawling suburbs of Valencia, The Children of Las Brisas is a poetic and observational documentary capturing the struggle and transformation of a group of young musicians striving for a better life through classical music.
I’ve been filming my friend Kante, Guinean by origin and Polish by adoption, a night worker in the suburbs of London with a head full of an Africa that he left many years ago.
Returning home from a long career in the U.S. Marine Corps, Richard “Mac” McKinney found himself struggling under the weight of a ferocious rage fueled by
Hayat, an expert sailor in the Arctic, navigates far from humans and her family’s past in France.
A real-time portrait of 2020 unfolds as an Asian-American family in Trump’s rural America fights to keep their restaurant
In one of the world’s most populated cities, two brothers — Nadeem and Saud
Immersion into the rich ecosystem of Sable Island, guided by naturalist and environmentalist Zoe Lucas who has lived over 40 years on this remote sliver of land in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean.
When universal basic income (UBI) comes to the Kenyan village of Kogutu, lives are forever changed.
Isolated in the Amazon rainforest lives a community of children in deep intimacy with the nature around.