You can watch and share these films, documentaries and shows about refugees and people seeking asylum in your own home.
If you would like to organise a public screening, you must contact the rights holder directly to obtain permission. We have included contact details or links, where available, to enable you to contact them directly.
Stop the Boats tells the story of how Australia used a three word slogan to demonise people seeking asylum, fleeing war and persecution.
Manus is a 13 minute film which shines a light on the plight of hundreds of asylum seekers held captive by the Australian Government on Manus Island in PNG for over 6 years.
This series documents the stories of five missing people from five different communities, across three different continents.
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...
A short film/multimedia project exploring the genocide in Cambodia between 1975-1979.
This is a feature documentary told through the eyes of a teenage girl and her refugee family in pursuit of resettlement in Malaysia.
A prominent sports academy arrives at Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan.
A tragicomic take on the experience of Syrian refugees in Scotland.
The short film Life on hold tells the everyday life of Omar, a 17 year old Somali living in a refugee camp situated at the Tunisian border
This short film looks at the human consequences of the Syrian conflict and the resulting populations’ displacements