Films we've supported

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

The Awra Amba Experience

An interactive web documentary

“The Project Development Fund from WorldView allowed us to take the first steps in the development of our very ambitious cross media project ‘Awra Amba’. In 2 years, the project has grown from an independent short documentary to a much

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Rwanda 17

Healing a Nation

About RWANDA-17 is a compelling African success story, told through the inspirational journey of its youngest rising stars: the Rwandan Under 17 football team. Born just after the 1994 genocide, they overcame enormous odds to qualify for the 2011 Under-17

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The Toilet: An Unspoken History

Opening the door on a smelly and fascinating topic

People live longer in societies with toilets – but a third of the world’s population have to do without. Inadequate sanitation is a deadly serious problem – the resulting scale of human tragedy is extremely high. And in countries where

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Speed Sisters

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

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Forced Marriage Unit

A gripping investigation into the growing phenomenon of forced marriages

“This film would have been impossible without the fantastic support of WorldView. We had set ourselves a very ambitious task – to follow the work of the Forced Marriage Unit for a year in a series of countries – and

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Sari Stories

A group of young women use their video cameras to challenge traditional ways of life

“Worldview’s contribution, both financial and creative, was invaluable and without it, Sari Stories would definitely not have been made. With their support, we were able to develop the idea and shoot a trailer, which led to Al Jazeera English commissioning

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Robert Lemkin

Director of Enemies of the People

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Sean McAllister

Director of Reluctant Revolutionary

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Jerry Rothwell

Director of Town of Runners

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