This groundbreaking film combines hard-hitting documentary with the emotional power of music, to illuminate the lives of real people caught up in conflict. At its heart are stories of ordinary people – a boy, a soldier and a mother
Films we've supported
A selection of over 300 films we've supported so far in alphabetical order
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
Bloody resource wars
Filmed entirely in the Democratic Republic of Congo and fuelled by the perspectives of those directly involved and affected by the mineral conflict, this film depicts the cycle of battles waged daily by those who will kill – or will
The ceremonial transition to manhood is time honoured but can have tragic consequences.
‘My career has rocketed into the international stratosphere, I have worked with some of the Emmy and BAFTA award winning documentary film producers in the world. This was the opportunity afforded to me by the CBA/World View grant, on my first
Do we know what poverty is?
If we want to make poverty history, we need to understand the history of poverty. A funny and sinister animated odyssey
How much profit is fair?
A story of global trade where money and natural resources only flow one way