Documentary Films on The D-Word
Banglar Mati, Banglar Jal (2014)
Directed by SUSANTA BISWAS
accelerated development of minor irrigation project
A Film Is A Film Is A Film (2013)
As celluloid film disappears from her workplace, a movie projectionist begins an investigation.
A group of Cubans in search for inner peace
Cigar factory readers are one of Cuba's endangered species
Child Trafficking in the Himalayas
Sold in America (2009)
A Modern-Day Tale of Sex Slavery
My Fight (in-progress)
A raw view into the world of Stephanie, a woman coping with osteosarcoma after losing a limb.
The Barkley Marathons: The Race That Eats Its Young (in-progress)
When was the last time you got lost?
Betting The Farm (2012)
Drowning in debt, nine dairy farmers in Maine launch one last bid to save their farms.
racism, germany, racial profiling, ngo
Sunshine Superman (2013)
Cinema Komunisto (2010)
IN COUNTRY (2014)
WAR IS HELL. WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO SPEND THEIR WEEKENDS THERE?
Where's My Food?! (2014)
Revealing amazing and touching stories hidden in the hearts of the people who serve us our food.
Man In The Sand (1999)
Produced by Juliet De Valero Wills
Billy Bragg goes in search of the the man behind the myth
Produced by Mark Blaney
This is the mysterious world of the tribal cop, where DNA and dreams are accorded equal value.
Hotel Folly: Folie a Deux (2013)
The human cost of the banking crisis