Films we've supported

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

Give Us the Money

How do you change the world?

A behind-the-scenes look at 30 years of Bob Geldof and Bono’s campaign against poverty

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Education, Education

What does an education get you?

In a meritocracy, education is one sure route out of poverty. But can everybody succeed in modern China?

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Welcome to the World

Born poor, die poor?

A lyrical, exhilarating and sometimes unsettling look at childbirth around the globe

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Solar Mamas

Are women better at getting out of poverty than men?

An inspiring film about one woman’s attempt to light up her world

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No Fire Zone

An investigation and call to action for Sri Lanka's killing fields

This explosive feature documentary exposes some of the worst war crimes of the 21st century No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka has renewed international controversy over the issue of accountability in Sri Lanka at its premiere at

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The Auction House

A tale of two brothers

The oldest auction house in India is fighting for survival in the age of eBay and a changing Calcutta. This film follows its owners, brothers Anwer and Arshad, as they struggle to save their family business and a piece of

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Kimmie Weeks

Can one person make a difference?

A feature length documentary about 23 year old Liberian child rights activist, Kimmie Weeks, and his return journey home to Liberia after 6 years exile in the USA. A personal and moving journey against a backdrop of two countries pulling

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Escape from Luanda

Follow the fate of music students in one of the world's poorest countries

Escape from Luanda is a unique snapshot of Angola – a country that remains far away from the public eye in the West, despite its major role in exporting oil and diamonds to the US and China, and a civil

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Just a Band

Can they make it?

Just a Band is a partly fictionalised documentary about a Kenyan electro-pop band that wants to go to Space. How and why is irrelevant: They have already surpassed all expectations with their music, humour, chic geek style and avant-garde African-ness. Who’s

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