‘Slaves of the Lake’ is a documentary about Emmanuel and Dominic, two young boys, aged around 10 and 13, whose families sold them as slaves into the fishing industry in Ghana. This film is a haunting journey through the boys’
A selection from over 400 films we've supported so far, in alphabetical order
The story of two young boys sold as slaves to the fishing industry in Ghana
Svalka: Yula’s Journey
Something Better to Come is a 12-year odyssey into the life of Yula, an extraordinary young Russian girl who lives in the Svalka, a huge rubbish dump outside of Moscow and, against almost insurmountable odds, lives to tell the tale Yula
A look into the drive to be true to oneself, no matter the obstacles.
Despite restrictions on movement, the Palestinian Motor Sports and Motorcycle Federation has for over five years erected makeshift tracks in major cities across the West Bank…. Cars can be seen racing against the clock on winding time trial courses on
'The Lebanese kick us to Syria, and the Syrians kick us to Lebanon'
‘WorldView has already turned around the fortunes of this film. We knew we had an amazing untold story and we’d had lots of positive response to the idea and the trailer – but WorldView were the first to put money
Words are free to give, but priceless to receive
‘We met children longing to please demanding parents, and poor watchmen who guarded rich households with sticks against bullets. We met a garbage collector who had not slept under a roof for years yet regarded his greatest joy as his
Abuja vice and redemption
Street Girls is an intimate insight into the lives of three prostitutes from Nigeria’s vice-ridden capital, Abuja. The documentary follows the girls as they are arrested and taken to the country’s first ‘Women’s Rehabilitation Centre’. Once there they embark on