Films we've supported

A selection of over 300 films we've supported so far in alphabetical order

Miners Shot Down

What happened to the new South Africa?

On August 16, 2012, South African police opened fire on a group of Lonmin mine workers on a wildcat strike at the Marikana Mine, killing 34 and injuring 78… Miners Shot Down charts the seven days leading up to bloodshed,

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Do Gooders

The road to Palestine is paved with good intentions

  A Thelma and Louise-style road movie journeying into the mysterious world of international aid in Palestine. British director Chloe Ruthven and local activist Lubna embark on a trip to explore the impact of aid on the region. But what

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Rocking Cambodia: Rise of a Pop Diva

A musical odyssey of intergalactic dimensions

In a Phnom Penh karaoke bar in 2009 Australian musician Julien Poulson hears the extraordinary voice of poor village girl Srey Thy. The result is romance and the birth of the Rocking Cambodia, a thrilling musical explosion that wows audiences

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Finding Family

An orphan’s search for answers

Born in Sarajevo with water on the brain, Oggi was abandoned at birth and given just months to live. But 27 years on, against the odds and thanks to the kindness of strangers, he is alive and well and living

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The deeper the dig, the darker the secrets

A young South African woman had high hopes for the opportunities fracking could bring to her Karoo hometown. But her optimism was soon shaken when she journeyed to North America and uncovered the hidden stories behind the slick reassurances of

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Like Ants for Sugar

Showing at a tent near you...

For nearly seven decades, the charm and wonder of the movies has comes to patrons in rural India atop a cinema truck. This annual celebration is the sole venue for them to absorb the magic of the big screen The

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Growing In Oil

The above trailer is from the five minute short-doc ‘The Barrel’, upon which ‘Growing In Oil’ has been developed Growing In Oil is a documentary that follows the children of Congo Mirador on their way from a poor and unstable

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The Devil’s Lair

The fastest live the longest...

Braaim is a gang leader torn between securing the future of his young family while guiding his men through a deadly drug turf war. What choices will he make? The film is set in a world where conflicting forces are

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Alfred’s Free Press

White and black and read all over

Liberia is struggling to recover from 14 years of civil war. In the capital Monrovia, many people can’t afford the price of a daily newspaper. They rely on The Daily Talk – a chalkboard news bulletin – to keep them

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