Documentary Films on The D-Word
The Practice of the Wild (2010)
Directed by John J. Healey
A conversation with Gary Snyder and Jim Harrison
Forest Management Beyond JFM (2008)
Directed by Susanta Biswas
On implementation of a new concept of forest management in Puruliya, West Bengal
The story of three young black women searching for identity and self-esteem in Bahia, Brazil
Dear Matthew (2009)
This film documents the plight of thousands of street children living in the DR Congo.
Growing up Gay (2010)
Directed by Aoife Kelleher
A two-part documentary series exploring the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender
If these walls could talk (2009)
Directed by Anna Rodgers
Soccer City (2011)
Life and soccer in township South Africa during the first ever FIFA World Cup in Africa.
Forgetting Dad (2008)
Produced by Olaf Jacobs
If your father no longer remembers you, does he stop being your father?
My City Pizza (2008)
An often funny documentary about Tehran's pizzerias as a battelground between traditions & modernity
Voices of the Attic (2010)
The Perfect Belgian (2011)
In a country where languages and communities are so easily mixed up, nationalism meets surrealism.
My Vietnam Your Iraq (2011)
Stories from eight Vietnam War veterans who have children that served in Iraq.
The Park (2005)
In Every City, There Is An Oasis
Station 58 (2008)
Produced by Syed Azfar Ali Rizvi
All men are born equal, then some become fireman.
Only One Boss (2010)
Directed by Ellen Brodsky
Everything we know about conflict, we learn as toddlers—here’s the hilarious proof.
Keep the Dance Alive, a Film By Rina Sherman (in-progress)
Africa, Namibia, Angola, Himba, Ovahimba, Rina Sherman, Visual Anthropology, ethnography, tribe
Nathan Davis Still Lives (2011)
Music, once admitted to soul, becomes a sort of spirit, and never dies.