A special investigation into the mass exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar. The film examines evidence that Myanmar’s security forces used systematic rape and terror tactics to expel hundreds of thousands of Rohingya...
Films available for screenings.
Dear Habib is an animated video focusing on the experiences of Habib, who journeyed to the UK from Afghanistan at just 14, and his experience of transitioning to adulthood.
When the Taliban puts a bounty on Afghan director Hassan Fazili’s head, he is forced to flee the country with his wife and two young daughters.
A group of young people known as the YLCSC are campaigning so that all children who arrive in the UK alone get a legal guardian.
Road to Oxford
In 2018, Rawan escaped the Syrian Civil War and left the country he was born in. This is his road to Oxford, UK.
First They Killed My Father
First They Killed My Father is based on memoir recounting experiences of being a child soldier under Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.
Revenir (To return)
Part road-trip, part memoir, part journalistic investigation, Revenir follows Kumut Imesh, a refugee from the Ivory Coast now living in France, as he returns to the African continent
Nous Sommes Des Messagers (We Are Messengers)
Nous sommes des messagers (We are messengers) presents a portrait of Senegalese musicians Mbemba Diebaté and Walowalo Niangbalo.
No Music For Hate
No Music For Hate invites you to enter the world of Moroccan musician Said Benmsafer.
Reflections on a Genocide
A short film/multimedia project exploring the genocide in Cambodia between 1975-1979.