• Waiting for Jean Paul

    Rocafort Castle was built in the heart of the French Alps in 1090 and destroyed in 1305. For seven centuries, no one looked after it, and the ruins of the building were eventually buried and forgotten. Until the year 2000… 700 years waiting for Jean-Paul.

  • Being Human

    Through the life story of a Humanoid, we learn about the decadence of humanity.

  • Shades Of Lagos

    A documentary that tells the true story of growing up in Lagos.
    Through a series of revealing interviews, we will explore the unique stories of characters who directly or indirectly got to Lagos in pursuit of a better life. Each character story will portray its journey, obstacles, successes, and ...


    Expansion is a web documentary series. Its 6 episodes of 5 minutes each propose you to load on an atypical journey through space.

  • 12th Street

    Each year 25,000 inmates are released in Huntsville, Texas — one of the largest prison towns in America. Monday through Friday, the glass doors swing open on the front of the Civil War-era, red-brick prison they call The Walls. The inmates' exit and shuffle along the sidewalk, some smiling, some ...

  • Built Lands

    In the late 60s, a group of artists decides to settle in a village in the ‘darkest-deepest’ Spain. Today only Felix Cuadrado Lomas still remains there, determined to reflect the landscape which surrounds him: the lands built by those who work on them.

  • 90 Minutes withou Meat (Documentary)

    In the wake of a global climate crisis, a small town in Gloucestershire has received international acclaim for their environmental achievements in sport. English Football League side Forest Green Rovers are known for being the world's first professional, carbon-neutral football club. Chairman and...

  • Life on the Boat

    Leslie Willis, a 74-year-old sailor, is taking time to go sailing every week, even at his age. He shows the importance of living in harmony with nature and, consequently, with oneself. How important it is to focus on the present, follow your passions, maintain your hobbies and stay active until o...

  • Birds without Wings

    Two adults who grew up in the slums of Delhi strive to give new wings to the kids bounded by the shackles of poverty, drugs, and society.

  • Baring Iran

    Mouchette is an articulate Iranian artist who shoots stunning nudist photography in her subject's
    homes in Tehran.
    Due to Iran's strict suppression of the liberal arts, it's a dangerous passion for Mouchette and her
    elusive subjects. In contrast to the hard-line, religious side of Iran shown in t...

  • With...Out

    We only have one planet earth. That's why we have to care for her. People will not survive without earth. The earth will survive without people.

  • Boogaloo

    The teacher will appear when the student is ready. This is a success story.

  • The Voices Of Men

    Men share their stories and personal experiences with their mental health. This raw and honest short film aims to break the stigma attached to men's mental health and normalize men expressing their feelings.

  • Psychology of Migration

    World-renowned psychoanalyst Prof.Dr. Vamik Volkan talks about the immigrant problem and immigration psychology in the world. What is the basic psychology of immigration and immigrant? We learn it.

  • The Dirty Jersey

    The Dirty Jersey is an animated documentary short film that explores the sex culture in one of the Navy Boot Camp housing units nicknamed "The Dirty Jersey" located in Great Lakes, Illinois.

  • The Drummer

    "The Drummer” is the poetic description of one man’s unique voyage. Here he describes what it takes to make it as a musician in a society where such a profession is considered to be unacceptable for most people, especially when it comes to putting food on the table. His words explain the values o...

  • City On the Hill

    Tech giant Google has pledged $1 billion to build more housing in the Bay Area. The plan includes 15,000 units on its own land, 5,000 additional affordable units over the next decade, and $50 million in grants to help non-profits who are combating homelessness and displacement. The Bay Area curre...

  • No Gimme: The 2020 Hazen Open

    Luke Hazen is the family underdog, left behind in skill and forgotten by the HGA almost entirely. Will 2020 be the year he wins his first major? Or will his past failures catch up to him.

  • Bee Together

    We are in year 2025 and Maria and Luís are survivors of the natural disasters that devastated the planet. They take care of bees, the most valuable animals on Earth.


    The film “Who is the last one?” directed by Siarhei Isakov tells about a phenomenon in a cultural life of Belarus, specifically about Family inclusive theatre “i”, where usual children act together with the special ones, autists, on the same stage.

    The film shows how teachers of Family inclusive...

  • 'Nostalgji' A Short Documentary

    In the 1990’s, a civil war in Yugoslavia transpired, causing many civilians to flee their homes. ‘Nostalgji’ is a documentary showcasing the personal story of a Kosovan refugee, Ismajl Bytyqi. There are many hardships refugees face leaving their home country, whether that is for a better lifestyl...

  • Alternism

    In the summer of 2017, Amogh Sahaje a graduate from the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore took a big decision. Veering off the beaten track, he chose to live amongst a remote tribal community in Central India whose ways seem to have frozen in time...

  • Smartmouth

    Short documentary about Smartmouth, a female-led comedy group in Minneapolis, MN.