Supported Film

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

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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Like Ants for Sugar

Showing at a tent near you...

For nearly seven decades, the charm and wonder of the movies has comes to patrons in rural India atop a cinema truck. This annual celebration is the sole venue for them to absorb the magic of the big screen The

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Living Goddess

Three girls worshipped as gods; a ruthless King; a bloody revolution

About Living Goddess follows the lives of three young girls who are worshipped as living deities in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal. The film begins as a sublime elegy to a private world of ritual, devotion and childish mischief. However,

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Living With Aids

The untold story

For four weeks Sorious Samura worked as a nursing aide in a Zambian government hospital and lived with an HIV/Aids-affected family. He used his extensive personal knowledge of the region and the culture to try and find answers on how

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Lyari Notes

In Pakistan a 36 year old rock star dares to teach a group of girls from the most volatile district of Karachi how to express themselves through music. Testimonial “The CBA Worldview grant helped us get an Indo-Pak co-production off

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Marathon Boy

A coach and a slum boy united by a dream. Divided by the world.

“I owe an immense debt of gratitude to WorldView for their support of MARATHON BOY. Their commitment to me as a filmmaker enabled me to complete my final filming trip to India.” Gemma Atwal’s dynamic epic follows four-year-old Budhia, rescued

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Guns and Balls in Kirkuk

About Minefield is a film about war, friendship and the power of football as both a way of life and as a way of saving lives. Adopting the format of a buddy/road movie, Minefield centres on the adventures of humanitarian

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Miners Shot Down

What happened to the new South Africa?

On August 16, 2012, South African police opened fire on a group of Lonmin mine workers on a wildcat strike at the Marikana Mine, killing 34 and injuring 78… Miners Shot Down charts the seven days leading up to bloodshed,

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Moving to Mars

A million miles from Burma

Moving to Mars follows two refugee families from Burma over the course of a year that will change their lives completely. Forced from their homeland by the repressive military junta, they have lived in a Thai refugee camp, some for

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