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The Storm Makers

by Guillaume Suon

Premiere Date: August 24, 2015


An eye-opening look at the cycle of poverty, despair and greed that fuels human trafficking in Cambodia.

Neuland

by Anna Thommen

Premiere Date: August 17, 2015


One teacher prepares his students for their new life in Switzerland as they struggle to learn a new language, prepare themselves for employment and reveal their innermost hopes and dreams.

Beats of the Antonov

by hajooj kuka

Premiere Date: August 3, 2015


Sudanese civilians facing government bombing campaigns celebrate their heritage through music, finding hope and a common identity.

Tea Time

by Maite Alberdi

Premiere Date: July 27, 2015


A charming and poignant look at how a seemingly mundane routine of tea and pastries has helped five Chilean women commemorate life's joys and cope with infidelity, illness and death.

Return to Homs

by Talal Derki

Premiere Date: July 20, 2015


A look behind the barricades of the besieged Syrian city of Homs, where, for 19-year-old Basset and his ragtag group of comrades, the audacious hope of revolution is crumbling like the buildings around them.

Web Junkie

by Hilla Medalia and Shosh Shlam

Premiere Date: July 13, 2015


An extraordinary look into a internet addiction rehab in Beijing, China, the first country in the world to classify this evolving diagnosis.

The Nature of War

by Mike Rauch and Tim Rauch

Premiere Date: November 10, 2014


In 2005, Specialist Justin Cliburn deployed to Iraq with the Oklahoma Army National Guard.

Big Men

by Rachel Boynton

Premiere Date: August 25, 2014


Big Men, executive produced by Brad Pitt, goes to Ghana to provide an unprecedented look at the global deal making and dark underside of oil development — a contest for money and power that is reshaping the world. (90 minutes)

A World Not Ours

by Mahdi Fleifel

Premiere Date: August 18, 2014


A passionate, bittersweet account of one family’s multi-generational experience living as permanent refugees at Ain el-Helweh refugee camp in southern Lebanon. (90 minutes)

Fallen City

by Qi Zhao

Premiere Date: July 28, 2014


After an earthquake levels Beichuan, China, a modern replica rises with astounding speed, but while a city can be rebuilt quickly, reconstructing a community’s heart and soul is a long, emotional journey for the survivors. (60 minutes)

Dance for Me

by Katrine Philp

Premiere Date: July 21, 2014


At 15, Russian ballroom dancer Egor leaves everyone and everything he knows for a chance to team up with 14-year-old Mie, one of Denmark's most promising young performers. Will his choice be worth the sacrifices he must make? (90 minutes)

The World Before Her

by Nisha Pahuja

Premiere Date: September 16, 2013


The World Before Her is a tale of two Indias: In one, a small-town girl competes in the Miss India pageant. In the other, a militant woman leads a fundamentalist Hindu camp for girls. (60 minutes)

5 Broken Cameras

by Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi

Premiere Date: August 26, 2013


Oscar®nominee 5 Broken Cameras depicts life in a West Bank village where a security fence is being built. The film was shot by a Palestinian and co-directed by an Israeli. (90 minutes)

The Law in These Parts

by Ra'anan Alexandrowicz and Liran Atzmor

Premiere Date: August 19, 2013


For the first time, Israeli military and legal professionals who devised the legal framework behind the occupation are interviewed about this system, which mirrors the country’s toughest moral quandaries. (90 minutes)

High Tech, Low Life

by Stephen Maing

Premiere Date: July 22, 2013


High Tech, Low Life follows two of China’s first citizen-reporters, bloggers who are fighting censorship to document the underside of the country’s rapid economic development. (90 minutes)

Special Flight

by Fernand Melgar

Premiere Date: July 1, 2013


The plight of undocumented immigrants at a detention center in Geneva, Switzerland, points up contradictions between compassionate social policies and intractable immigration laws. (60 minutes)

Girl Model

by A. Sabin and David Redmon

Premiere Date: March 24, 2013


The provocative film is a lyrical exploration of youth, beauty and ambition, seen through the eyes of a conflicted American modeling scout and the 13-year-old girl she discovers. (90 minutes)

Reportero

by Bernardo Ruiz

Premiere Date: January 7, 2013


A veteran reporter and his colleagues at an independent newsweekly defy powerful drug cartels and corrupt officials to continue publishing the news. (60 minutes)

Nostalgia for the Light

by Patricio Guzmán

Premiere Date: October 25, 2012


In the Atacama Desert, earthly and celestial quests meld. Archaeologists dig for ancient civilizations, women search for their loved ones and astronomers scan the skies for new galaxies. (90 minutes)

Give Up Tomorrow

by Michael Collins and Marty Syjuco

Premiere Date: October 4, 2012


A riveting exposé of corruption and injustice in the Philippines, chronicling a sensational murder case that ends a nation’s use of capital punishment — but fails to free an innocent man. (90 minutes)

El Velador (The Night Watchman)

by Natalia Almada

Premiere Date: September 27, 2012


From dusk to dawn, a guard watches over the extravagant mausoleums of some of Mexico’s most notorious drug lords. (60 minutes)

The Light in Her Eyes

by Julia Meltzer and Laura Nix

Premiere Date: July 19, 2012


Houda al-Habash, a conservative woman preacher in Damascus, Syria, calls girls to the practice of Islam, teaching them that pursuing their ambitions is a way of worshipping God. (60 minutes)

Granito: How to Nail a Dictator

by Pamela Yates and Paco de Onís and Peter Kinoy

Premiere Date: June 28, 2012


The extraordinary story of how a film, aiding a new generation of human rights activists, became a granito — a tiny grain of sand — that helped tip the scales of justice. (90 minutes)

My Reincarnation

by Jennifer Fox

Premiere Date: June 21, 2012


As Chögyal Namkhai Norbu rises as a Buddhist teacher in the West, his son Yeshi, recognized as the reincarnation of a Buddhist master, breaks away to embrace the modern world. (90 minutes)

Last Train Home

by Lixin Fan

Premiere Date: September 27, 2011

Encore Broadcast: August 5, 2013


Every spring, China’s cities are plunged into chaos as 130 million migrant workers journey to their home villages for the New Year in the world’s largest human migration. (90 minutes)

The Learning

by Ramona Diaz

Premiere Date: September 20, 2011


Four Filipino women leave their families and schools to teach in the U.S. The women bring idealistic visions of the teacher’s craft and of American life. (90 minutes)

Armadillo

by Janus Metz

Premiere Date: August 30, 2011


A platoon of Danish soldiers fight the Taliban at Armadillo, a combat operations base in southern Afghanistan. (90 minutes)

Six Weeks

by Marcin Janos Krawczyk

Premiere Date: August 23, 2011


Six weeks is the period in which parents of newborn babies in Poland may decide to give up a child for adoption. (18 minutes)

Steam of Life

by Joonas Berghäll and Mika Hotakainen

Premiere Date: August 2, 2011

Encore Broadcast: August 16, 2012


In Finland, the sauna is a national obsession - a place to come together and sweat out not only the grime of contemporary life, but also grief, hopes, joys and memories. (60 minutes)

Mugabe and the White African

by Lucy Bailey and Andrew Thompson

Premiere Date: July 26, 2011


In Zimbabwe, de facto dictator Robert Mugabe has unleashed a "land reform" program aimed at driving whites from the country through violence and intimidation. (90 minutes)

Biblioburro: The Donkey Library

by Carlos Rendón Zipagauta

Premiere Date: July 19, 2011


Colombian grade-school teacher Luis Soriano brings books, via two hard-working donkeys, to the children of Magdalena Province’s poor and violence-ridden interior. (60 minutes)

Enemies of the People

by Rob Lemkin and Thet Sambath

Premiere Date: July 12, 2011


The Khmer Rouge slaughtered nearly two million people in the late 1970s, yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain largely unexplained. Until now. (90 minutes)

My Perestroika

by Robin Hessman

Premiere Date: June 28, 2011


My Perestroika is an intimate look at the last generation of Soviet children searching for their places in today’s Moscow. (90 minutes)