Presented by Martin Sheen WARNING: WATCHING THIS MAY CAUSE YOU TO THINK YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD. A comedian, desperate to stop a war, pulls off an act of political comedy so gutsy and eye-opening that it sparks a huge movement --
Directors Pape Bouname LopyMarc RecchiaChristophe Rolin Matar, a Senegalese fisherman, finds a Belgian passport on a beach in Dakar. He decides to use it. He crosses paths with N’Zibou a crazy wise man who measures the clouds. He questions Matar about his
Myles Matsuno Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Myles Matsuno focuses on developing meaningful stories that carry out strong messages through visual aesthetics. For him, everything he creates comes down to two final factors. The Audience and Moments. The audience can
Rajaditya Banerjee Death Certificate revolves around the life of a tribal woman Sabitri and her search for her husband Ramlokhon who happily provided water to thirsty rail passengers in a remote corner in Eastern India. Ramlokhon doesn’t return home one evening. Ramlokhon’s
Director Co-Director What if a psychological crisis was seen as having the potential to be a positive transformative experience, instead of a "broken brain"? Human-rights photographer Phil Borges witnessed how indigenous cultures around the world often identify “psychotic” symptoms as an indicator
Director On January 12th 2010, an earthquake devastated the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, and its outskirts. Subsequently, some Haitians living abroad decided to return to live in their home country to engage in its reconstruction process. What are the stakes of these returns?