Due to the unbearable pain of a traumatic incident, the surviving members of a family had suppressed their memories and remained silent about their past
In this story about class-struggle, the contention of space between the modern and traditional, and the Machiavellian interventions of political actors - Zakaria, a fisherman from the south of Penang, turns to his God for wisdom and courage to stand against one of the most ambitious project by the New Malaysia.
Sean McAllister returns to his hometown of Hull, as curator of its UK City of Culture opening, where he is drawn to the fringes of the town where he encounters Steve – a struggling warehouse worker with a dream.
A THOUSAND GIRLS LIKE ME is an awe-inspiring vérité documentary that tells the story of a young Afghan woman’s brave fight to seek justice and protect her children after experiencing years of abuse at the hands of her father.
Vietnam is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Yet in many communes, not every household has a hygienic latrine.
With the introduction of anti-“fake news” legislation that would allow government ministers to become arbiters of truth, the environment in Singapore might become tougher than it’s ever been.
BRIDGE WALKERS is a short intimate portrait documentary of personal stories from the working class individuals who crosses the Causeway bridge from Johor to Singapore for a living.
CALL HER GANDA fuses personal tragedy, human rights activism and the little-known history, and complex aftermath of U.S. imperial rule in the Philippines, forging a visually daring and profoundly humanistic geopolitical investigative exposé.
CLOCKED OUT is a documentary highlighting the struggles faced by a student in her bid to strive for financial security.
In spite of his popularity as The Street Doctor, there are still a lot of unknowns of him as Madhusudhan.
An unflinching look at the #FeesMustFall student movement that burst onto the South African political landscape in 2015 as a protest over the cost of education.
Through this film, we get to listen to the story of a child living in public housing in Kuala Lumpur who are left behind in Malaysia’s race of becoming a high-income nation.
A story of the director's grandmother's experiences during Sarawak was invaded since the early 1940's and her husband's story about ghost and dragon fang.
Hidden in Town explores the activities and events (youth soccer trainings and food distributions) the Non-Governmental Organisation comes up with to engage the residents of the tri-street area that sits on prime land.
'M for Malaysia' documents the 2018 Malaysian General Elections when the people of Malaysia, led by a 92 year-old former Prime Minister, overthrew one of the longest ruling governments in the world.
Amae, Thamee, Ama (Mother, Daughter, Sister) gives voice to Kachin and Rohingya women calling for an end to sexual violence in conflict.
Tony, an Iban from the interior part of Dalat in Mukah, Sarawak has been working as a construction worker for more than ten years. Despite that, Tony still receives low wages and his situation is not likely to change in the near future.
The film follows a man in his journey and his struggles on securing his son's future in this world and making a difference.
The film explores the turbulent lives of homeless persons in Cologne, Germany; through their personal belongings, they share their memories and emotions, and provide insight into the secrets of survival on the street.
People's Republic of Desire provides a vérité journey into a digital universe, where young performers earn as much as US$150,000 a month singing, dancing or doing talk shows to live interactive audiences of tens of thousands.
This film follows Leilani Farha, the UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, as she travels the globe, trying to understand who’s being pushed out of the city and why.
A challenging journey of a mother and her young daughter living in a slum during the turmoil of a ‘squatter' movement in Kathmandu.
Investigating the mysterious disappearances of his teenage friends, an Australian filmmaker uncovers a human trafficking crisis of young Hmong women and sparks an incredible series of events.
A touching adventure between two children who form an unlikely bond based on compassion and innocence.
“Tei kakah” is a journey into the past life of Mr. Elisah, a construction worker who dreams of a better life outside of his rural upbringing.
pemasaran percetakan yang dijalankan oleh Mr. Veeramani telah mendapat persaingan akibat daripada kemunculan teknologi moden yang semakin canggih.
The young widow of a migrant worker wants to start a new life with her husband’s insurance money but is challenged by her father-in-law.
The Tree Remembers re-examines the origin of racism in Malaysia.
This documentary shows these women workers fighting perhaps their union’s most important battle to date: a collective action to have their wages raised to RM1500.
ZERO IMPUNITY offers a voice to victims of sexual war crimes across the globe, including Syria and Ukraine, as well as on the African continent and in the U.S.
In this story about class-struggle, the contention of space between the modern and traditional, and the Machiavellian interventions of political actors - Zakaria, a fisherman from the south of Penang, turns to his God for wisdom and courage to stand against one of the most ambitious project by the New Malaysia.
Vietnam is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Yet in many communes, not every household has a hygienic latrine.
Through this film, we get to listen to the story of a child living in public housing in Kuala Lumpur who are left behind in Malaysia’s race of becoming a high-income nation.
Tony, an Iban from the interior part of Dalat in Mukah, Sarawak has been working as a construction worker for more than ten years. Despite that, Tony still receives low wages and his situation is not likely to change in the near future.
People's Republic of Desire provides a vérité journey into a digital universe, where young performers earn as much as US$150,000 a month singing, dancing or doing talk shows to live interactive audiences of tens of thousands.
This film follows Leilani Farha, the UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, as she travels the globe, trying to understand who’s being pushed out of the city and why.
This documentary shows these women workers fighting perhaps their union’s most important battle to date: a collective action to have their wages raised to RM1500.
A THOUSAND GIRLS LIKE ME is an awe-inspiring vérité documentary that tells the story of a young Afghan woman’s brave fight to seek justice and protect her children after experiencing years of abuse at the hands of her father.
An unflinching look at the #FeesMustFall student movement that burst onto the South African political landscape in 2015 as a protest over the cost of education.
The film explores the turbulent lives of homeless persons in Cologne, Germany; through their personal belongings, they share their memories and emotions, and provide insight into the secrets of survival on the street.
BRIDGE WALKERS is a short intimate portrait documentary of personal stories from the working class individuals who crosses the Causeway bridge from Johor to Singapore for a living.
CLOCKED OUT is a documentary highlighting the struggles faced by a student in her bid to strive for financial security.
In spite of his popularity as The Street Doctor, there are still a lot of unknowns of him as Madhusudhan.
A story of the director's grandmother's experiences during Sarawak was invaded since the early 1940's and her husband's story about ghost and dragon fang.
Hidden in Town explores the activities and events (youth soccer trainings and food distributions) the Non-Governmental Organisation comes up with to engage the residents of the tri-street area that sits on prime land.
The film follows a man in his journey and his struggles on securing his son's future in this world and making a difference.
Investigating the mysterious disappearances of his teenage friends, an Australian filmmaker uncovers a human trafficking crisis of young Hmong women and sparks an incredible series of events.
“Tei kakah” is a journey into the past life of Mr. Elisah, a construction worker who dreams of a better life outside of his rural upbringing.
pemasaran percetakan yang dijalankan oleh Mr. Veeramani telah mendapat persaingan akibat daripada kemunculan teknologi moden yang semakin canggih.
Sean McAllister returns to his hometown of Hull, as curator of its UK City of Culture opening, where he is drawn to the fringes of the town where he encounters Steve – a struggling warehouse worker with a dream.
The Tree Remembers re-examines the origin of racism in Malaysia.
Due to the unbearable pain of a traumatic incident, the surviving members of a family had suppressed their memories and remained silent about their past
With the introduction of anti-“fake news” legislation that would allow government ministers to become arbiters of truth, the environment in Singapore might become tougher than it’s ever been.
CALL HER GANDA fuses personal tragedy, human rights activism and the little-known history, and complex aftermath of U.S. imperial rule in the Philippines, forging a visually daring and profoundly humanistic geopolitical investigative exposé.
'M for Malaysia' documents the 2018 Malaysian General Elections when the people of Malaysia, led by a 92 year-old former Prime Minister, overthrew one of the longest ruling governments in the world.
Amae, Thamee, Ama (Mother, Daughter, Sister) gives voice to Kachin and Rohingya women calling for an end to sexual violence in conflict.
A challenging journey of a mother and her young daughter living in a slum during the turmoil of a ‘squatter' movement in Kathmandu.
A touching adventure between two children who form an unlikely bond based on compassion and innocence.
The young widow of a migrant worker wants to start a new life with her husband’s insurance money but is challenged by her father-in-law.
ZERO IMPUNITY offers a voice to victims of sexual war crimes across the globe, including Syria and Ukraine, as well as on the African continent and in the U.S.

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