Supported Film

A selection from over 400 films we've supported so far, in alphabetical order

The Last Taboo

Breaking down barriers and building toilets

Let’s face it, s**t is disgusting. But more disgusting is the statistic that water, and food, contaminated with faeces kills one child in the world every 20 seconds – more than Aids and malaria combined The Last Taboo is not

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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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The Lost Girls of South Africa

Abuse victims tell their stories

As the world’s eyes were on South Africa for the 2010 World Cup, this timely and emotive feature documentary turned a the spotlight on the nation’s record levels of child rape and sex abuse In a country where a child

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The Love Commandos

Imagine you’re in India and you’re in love. The law says you have the right to marry the person of your choice but your parents say you don’t. To avoid a forced marriage to someone else, you decide to elope.

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The Man Who Stopped the Desert

The story of a peasant farmer who transformed the lives of thousands of people

About The Man Who Stopped the Desert is a full HD, one hour feature documentary telling the story of Yacouba Sawadogo, an illiterate African peasant farmer who has transformed the lives of thousands of people across the Sahel. Soil is

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The Reluctant Revolutionary

An intimate portrait of Yemen as the revolution unfolds, told through the eyes of tour guide leader Kais, an intelligent commentator on the changing times in Yemen, offering poignant moments of reflection, loss, anger and hope on the unknown road

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The Shore Break

Cousins on opposite sides of the development fence

Nonhle, a young Pondo woman from South Africa’s pristine Wild Coast, wants to protect her people’s land and titanium-rich beaches from an Australian mining company The miners have no road access to the sand dunes, yet the authorities approve a highway that will cut through the community’s

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The Sound of Mumbai

Children from a Mumbai slum rehearse for the chance of a lifetime

The Sound of Music, with its imagery of mountains and edelweiss, may not seem like a natural fit for India’s Maximum City, but the Bombay Chamber Orchestra begs to differ. Recruiting kids from the slums – home to half 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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