Dak’ Toká Taíno

Dak'Toká Taíno (I am Taíno): A personal search for my Taíno roots and how it evolved into activism thru film. September 2017 - Hurricane María hit Puerto Rico and destroyed homes, plantations and 3,000 people died. I was devastated because food and


FEATURED ARTIST Greg Palacio is a Garifuna, Belizean visual artist/musician who has relocated to Las Vegas.  His works have appeared in galleries throughout the United States and his home country. In 1992, Greg joined forces with the celebrated African-American photographer Dennis O.


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

Death Certificate 

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