Films we've supported

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

Place of Sweet Waters

A film by Sven Harding South Africa is currently in the midst of one of the worst droughts to hit the region since the 1980s. Officials in the city of Durban have already begun water rationing for the city’s three

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Tashi and the Monk

A Pilgrim Films Production

On a remote mountaintop a brave social experiment is taking place. Buddhist Monk Lobsang was trained under the guidance of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, but 8 years ago he left behind a life as a spiritual teacher in the

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The Storm Makers

Aya was a slave. At the age of 16, the young Cambodian peasant was sold to work as a maid in Malaysia, where she was exploited and beaten during two years without receiving any salary. Now that she has returned

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India’s Daughter

The Roots of the Rape Crisis

India’s Daughter tells the story of the brutal gang rape and murder of 23-year-old medical student Jyoti Singh on a moving bus in Delhi, and the protests and riots which this event ignited throughout India, demanding changes in attitudes towards

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Over the course of more than three years director Camilla Nielsson has been up close in the inner circles of politics in Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe. With the process of creating Zimbabwe’s new constitution as the film’s narrative backbone, DEMOCRATS tells

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Story Tent

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

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No Man’s Land

Living in a prison without walls

A man lives in a prison without walls. Convicted of genocide and then acquitted, he has been forgotten in no-man’s land. Living in a UN safe-house in Tanzania, Justin Mugenzi a former Hutu minister, has been acquitted of all charges

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The shirt on your back

Real stories of those making our clothes

WorldView has partnered with the Guardian to produce a groundbreaking new media project to coincide with the first anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh, where over 1,000 people died. Click the image to view

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The Legend of Shorty

The Most Wanted Man in the World

From the Producer of ‘Searching for Sugarman’, The Legend of Shorty goes after the leader of the biggest drugs cartel in history. Spurred on by specially composed songs by Jackson Scott, and Tyrone Power as Zorro, the filmmakers set out

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