03 Congo: Why do we Speak?Pascale and Jean-Denis Lilot, 2017
Some people talk too much without saying a lot. - Mokokoma Mokhonoana
04 Bolivia: Why do you have to be Brave?Pascale and Jean-Denis Lilot, 2017
You never cross the ocean until you have the courage to loose sight of the shore. - Christopher Columbus
01 Morocco: Why do you Live?Pascale and Jean-Denis Lilot, 2017
The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why - Mark Twain
Tuareg CaravanMarlene Rabaud, Arnaud Zaitman, 2017
In 2012, hundreds of thousands of Tuareg civilians flee war-embroiled Northern Mali. The film follows the story of Disco, a Tuareg singer engaged for peace, over a period of 10 years.
City of boozeHelmer, Ulrike A, 2005
Around 1880, at the height of the gin era gin, the Dutch city Schiedam had 441 distilleries. From Africa to South America people drunk the Schiedam Gin.
I soeniGoeijers, Carin, 2003
A beautiful portrait of the singer Reinard Dewus, his family and the Sinti culture.
Waiting for the menNdiaye, Katy Lena, 2007
In a society apparently dominated by tradition, religion and men, these women unreservedly express themselves.
FritkotManuel Poutte, 2010
In the documentary Fritkot a fritkot is being followed near a train station of a small town. The owner of it is much more than someone whoâ€™s baking fries.
Campo SantoPastecchia, Sonia, 2008
The directorâ€™s parents left Esanatoglia in Italy to come and work in Belgium in the fifties. New migrants from Europe and around the world are now coming to work in this prosperous part of Italy and are moving into the village.
ClejaniMarta Bergman, Frederic Fichefet, 2005
In Clejani, a village in southern Romania, luck has turned since the recent death of the oldest musician, the violinist, Nicolae Neacsu. It is as if he had carried off with him into the beyond the last bearings of a still viable world.
Refugees: who needs them?Miles Roston, 2012
A very touching view on the lives of refugees in The Netherlands, brought with a bit of humor.
AlyoshaMuhu, Meelis, 2008
For Estonians Alyosha, the Bronze_soldier_of_Tallinn is more than just a statue. Some people admire the statue as a monument for great patriotic war soldiers, whilst others see the statue as evil propaganda for the USSR.
Tibet the Chinese LieDebord, Bernard, 2009
Situated deep in the Himalayas lies the former sovereign nation Tibet. Also known as The Roof of the World, the geographical location of this spiritual country kept it relatively isolated for centuries conserving a deep-rooted Buddhist culture.
Broken SilenceFlipse, Eline, 1996
Broken silence is about the influence of Mao's Cultural_Revolution on the music and everyday life in China.
Apaga y vamonosMayol, Manel, 2005
In a compelling analysis of tribal tradition and corporate power, Apaga y vamonos documents the misfortune of the Chilian Pehuenche people.
A philosopher for all seasonsBrunner, Benny, 1991
This is a tribute to a famous scholar and controversial Israeli icon. Armed with a sharp mind and a strong opinion, an 88 year old Yeshayahu Leibowitz creates passionate monologues about the separation of state and religion.
Living UtopiaGamero, Juan, 1997
In 1996, the director visits the reunion of the 1936 social revolution in Spain. The guests are old and grey, but still appear to have a burning passion for the main cause, anarchism.
Ghetto MillionairesRemiche, Gilles, 2010
Armed with designer jackets, shiny shoes and expensive sunglasses, the flashy Sapeurs are an uncommon sight on the Brussels streets.
Chicken ElectionsRadovanovic, Goran, 2005
By filming the lives of elderly Milena and her nephew, police officer Zoran, director Radovanovic depicts the contemporary society of the Serbian countryside.
The Seventh Million part IIBrunner, Benny, 1995
Controversial and powerful, this film shows the decisive impact of the Holocaust on the identity, ideology, memory and politics of Israel.
War Between Two VillagesTaelen, Lukas Vander, 1997
Every year during the rain season Senegalese youth who live in the city return back to their native village. They help their family by bringing in the harvest and play in the Navetanes football competition.
The importance of being elegantAmponsah, George & Spender, Cosima, 2003
This documentary is about members of the cult La Sape. La Sape is the society of Ambience and people of Elegance and the members are religiously devoted to high fashion.
On a TightropeLom, Petr, 2007
The Chinese province of Xinjiang holds a large Uyghur population. Four children are interviewed who live in the state orphanage and who want to master the ancient Uyghur skill of tightrope walking.
Parallel linesDavenport, Nina, 2004
On September the 11th 2001, documentary filmmaker and New Yorker Nina Davenport is temporarily living in San Diego. As a New Yorker whose appartement was right next to the Twin Towers, the news puts her completely off balance.
Pancho villaTaboada Tabone, Francesco, 2006
Pancho Villa is a composition of memories of the Mexican revolutionary hero. Nearly 100 years after the revolution, Tabone asks Mexicans from different walks of life about Pancho Villa, one of the most well know revolutionary figures.
Lust for goldKraanen, Joost, 1990
Deep in the territory of the Brazilian Amazon forty thousand gold miners live together with nine thousand Indians. As the ever-expanding gold mines push closer to the Indian reservation, tribal tradition and cultural identity stand to risk dissipation.
In my father's houseOuazzani, Fatima Jebli, 1997
In this beautiful, poetic and deeply personal film, Moroccan filmmaker Fatima Jebli Ouazzani investigates the status accorded women in Islamic marriage customs and the continuing importance of virginity.