- I love you, I respect you, I need you
- Rio + 20 : a man and the crabs [in development]
- Making a Killing [in developement]
- Bird Messenger [in developpement]
- 4+1 = win at any cost! [in production]
- Night Flight, Daily Route [in development]
- The devil’s cure — the amazing life story of a jivaro leader
- a Zimbabwean story [in production]
- Mémoire Noire [in developpement]
- Les Plein des Energies
- Entrée de Secours
- Trnopolje — A forgotten summer
- Ceuta, prison by the sea
A documentary directed by Alex Campos.
On May 15, 2011, thousands of young people, previously assumed to be asleep and indifferent, swarmed Puerta Del Sol square and opened a door into a new society — to be joined by their elders. The “15-M” Movement or “Spanish Revolution” has lead many spaniards like Roman away from the […]read more
A documentary directed by Yves Billon.
From Manifest Destiny to Afghanistan, the film historically explores the symbiotic relationship between the rise of American capitalism and the rise of America’s global military presence. Many of the repeated uses of American military force in opening up and securing foreign territories for American capitalists and entrepreneurs are recalled.read more
A documentary directed by Kassim Sanogo.
As he was a child in the north neighborhoods of Bamako, Drissa Konaté helped his aunt who was knitting new born cloths by drawing birds on it. Rejected by his family because he preferred painting than praying, Drissa forged the basis of his art in the street, by great […]read more
A documentary directed by Serge Désiré Ouedraogo.
“The public’s craze for horse-racing bets, (so-called in Burkina Faso the «4+1»), is continuously growing in my district of Ouagadougou and in the rest of my country.
This fervour can represent at the same time an obsession for a close, the factor of decline for a friend but also a springboard […]read more
Amazon Indians often appear to us as “timeless”, as victims sacrificed on the altar of modernity. This is a cliché that is being challenged by the unique career of the Jivaro Indian, the historic leader of the Amerindian protest movement: Evaristo Nugkuag.
Today Amazonia has become the world symbol of a […]read more
A documentary directed by Tapiwa Chipfupa.
Over the course of roughly one decade, Zimbabwe’s land reform policies have succeeded in effectively turning a once flourishing economy into ruins and driven out 3 million Zimbabweans across the country’s borders in search of better living conditions.
In a wholly African story, filmmaker Tapiwa Chipfupa —daughter of a black Agricultural […]read more
A documentary directed by Philippe Couture.
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Lost in the mountains of Mindanao, the rebellious province of the South Philippines, DIWALWAL is, according to the highly respected Blacksmith Institute, one the top twenty actual worst ecological disasters of the planet.
On top of a mountain surrounded by a jungle infested by tree active guerrillas, two Muslims […]read more
“What can one say about all of this?
It is still a double-edged sword here.
Society is not ready yet.“
Nedzad — A Forgotten Summer
To be able to forget, one must first remember.
To be able to forgive, one must first be recognized as a victim.
May 1992. War begins in Bosnia. The village school […]read more
« Ceuta, prison by the sea » tells the paths of five migrants in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, Northern Morocco. They have left everything they had to try their luck into Europe only to find themselves locked up in an open sky prison, at the gates of Europe. They cope with […]read more