Human Rights

400 Miles to Freedom

An Ethiopian Jew breaks his 20-year silence on being kidnapped while fleeing Ethiopia through Sudan to Israel as a child.

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Afghan Stories

Afghanistan has been at war for 24 years. The West's battle against the Taliban is only the latest of a series of conflicts the Afghans have...

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An Eye for an Eye

A film about hate, revenge, forgiveness, and transformation.

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The Art of Flight

The Art of Flight tells the story of refugees fleeing Sudan's civil war for Egypt and one journalist's struggle to get their story told. This......

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Badass Beauty Queen

The story behind Miss World contestant Anastasia Lin using her most powerful weapon, her beauty to stand up to an oppressive regime.

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Balseros

In the summer of 1994, a team of public television reporters filmed and interviewed seven Cubans a few days before their risky venture of setting...

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Beyond Borders

Beyond Borders: The Debate Over Human Migration moves past the headlines and takes an in-depth look at the emotional, economic and cultural conflicts...

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a Blooming Business

A BLOOMING BUSINESS delves deep into the heart of the global flower industry, by showing us the difficult reality behind the pretty flowers....

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Captive Radio

Captive Radio is a documentary film about families of victims of kidnapping in Colombia who use a weekly radio program to communicate with their...

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Daughters of Wisdom

In remote, rural Tibet, Buddhist nuns live as nomadic subsistence farmers and herders as they struggle to eat and survive. The nuns of Kala...

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Escapeland

“Escapeland” follows a love story that develops against-all-odds between Eshel, a young Israeli woman from a kibbutz and Adel, a Sudanese...

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Farewell to My Country

In 1968, following student demonstrations, Poland expelled the last remaining Jews from what once was the largest Jewish settlement in the world,...

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Harvest

The blood, sweat and tears that go into every bottle of wine.

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Heart of Fire

After spending the first ten years of her life in a Catholic orphanage, the young and fiery Awet excitedly learns that she is soon to be reunited...

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Holding on to Jah

"Holding on to Jah" is a unique film about the history and culture of roots Reggae music and the Rastafarian movement in Jamaica, as told by...

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I'm Not Filipina

Six year old Krisel is a blind girl of Filipino origin. Born in the back room of a house in Israel, she was deserted by her birth mother. Together...

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Iseta: Behind the Roadblock

In April 1994, on a quiet road in Kigali a group of neighbors in Rwanda were filmed. These were the opening days of the Rwandan Genocide, and...

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Israel in a Time of Terror

Terror bombing after terror bombing, day after day. A sidewalk cafe becomes as dangerous as a military outpost. A simple trip to the supermarket...

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Junction

The Junction is an obscure crossroad in the Gaza Strip, separating the Israeli settlement of Nezarim from the Palestinian refugee camp of Nussierat....

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The Last Survivor

Four Tragedies. Four journeys. One purpose. Survivors of genocide, from the Holocaust to Rwanda inspiring tolerance and a civic response.

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Long Night's Journey into Day

Frances Reid and Deborah Hoffmann reveal the raw soul of a society in their extraordinary documentary about South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation...

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Love During Wartime

A real, modern-day tale of Romeo and Juliet. Two fated lovers, one Israeli and one Palestinian, fight against the world with their only weapon:...

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Minustah Steals Goats

Haitians have had enough of intervention by foreign organizations that promise a lot but deliver little—including the UN.

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Morgenthau

Three Men. Three Generations. One Fight.

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My Brothers and Sisters in the North

Sung-Hyung Cho was the first South Korean director allowed to film in North Korea, while accompanying residents during their everyday routines......

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The Nazi Officer's Wife

Edith Hahn was an outspoken young woman studying law in Vienna when the Gestapo forced her into the Jewish ghetto. Knowing she would become a...

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New Muslim Cool

NEW MUSLIM COOL takes viewers on Hamza's ride through the streets, projects and jail cells of urban America, following his spiritual journey...

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Nobody Dies Here

Perma gold mine, Benin. Some dream to find something, others realized there was nothing to be found.

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North Korea: A Day in the Life

In this verite documentary the family of Hong Sun Hui, a female worker in a textile factory, takes us through an ordinary day in the country...

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Recognition (Hakara)

An intimate portrait of surprisingly different women in a war stricken land.

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Resilience

Resilience follows a Korean birth mother and her American son as they reunite and attempt to build a relationship after 30 years apart.

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Surviving Hitler: A Love Story

A Jewish teenager and an injured soldier join a doomed plot to kill Hitler.

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Through Thick and Thin

"Through Thick and Thin" follows the extraordinary stories of seven binational gay and lesbian couples whose lives are dramatically affected...

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To Be Like Avi

The coming of age story of three friends, refugees who fled Africa, learn today in Israel and dream of following Avi...

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Transit

Transit examines what it means to be a family and what it means to be a stranger, within one's home and in a foreign land.

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What We Left Behind

This short documentary chronicles the final journey of 49 Torah scrolls framed in the turbulent history of the Iraqi Jewish people.

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Where My Heart Beats

Swedish Journalist and former refugee, Khazar Fatemi, returns to her childhood country of Afghanistan for the first time in 20 years.

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White Walls Say Nothing

In Buenos Aires, resistance is a work of art.

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