Living Without Water
49 Minutes / 2015 / English / Directed by: Sam Kingsley & Henry Richards
What’s it like to live without running water? In Peru’s sprawling capital, Lima, this is the everyday reality for 1.5 million children and adults, forced to pay up to a week’s salary for just one day’s water. And the problem isn’t confined to the capital. Across the country, the shortage of water is putting lives in danger and provoking conflict, as it displaces communities and threatens their agricultural livelihoods. This documentary goes right to the heart of the water crisis – showing how society’s poorest are caught in the middle of a struggle between business, climate change and international politics.
The Art Life
42 Minutes / 2016 / English / Directed by: Rick Barnes, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, Jon Nguyen
The Art Life infuses Lynch’s own art, music and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world. This film gives audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist.
A World Without Money
42 Minutes / 2018 / English / Directed by: Tilman Achtnich
Cashless payments are on the rise. They are fast, easy and convenient. Worldwide, cashless transactions have become the norm. Will this take us closer towards a cashless society? This documentary shows who is behind the worldwide anti-cash lobby and how central banks are reacting towards this move. This report for DW TV also explores ordinary citizens’ attitudes towards a changing landscape on the issue of a cashless economy.
57 Minutes / 2018 / English / Directed by: Klaus Mitchell
Vegan 2018 paints a portrait of our changing society, showing a movement in its ascendancy as more and more people start to move away from the ethical, environmental, and health horrors of animal exploitation. This footage will tell the story of veganism throughout 2018. A number of celebrities including Miley Cyrus, Lewis Hamilton, Will. I. Am and Moby are seen in this documentary.
53 Minutes / 2018 / English / Directed by: Anthony Chene
How can we overcome our fears? How do we reconnect with our intuition? What is the power and magic of using your intention? To what extent can we use it to reach the life we truly want? Who are we really? How can we experience enlightenment, oneness, and our divine identity?
KUMBH – Eternal Journey of Indian Civilisation
69 Minutes / 2018 / English / Directed by: Harshit Jain
India Inspires Foundation Presents, the Most awaited documentary on Kumbh Mela. For the first time showcasing the Kumbh Mela from Indian perspective. With the help of scholars, the film unfolds spiritual, cultural and social importance of the Kumbh Mela and highlights its great relevance for the modern world.
SOUTH KOREA: Earth’s Hidden Wilderness
58 Minutes / 2018 / English / Directed by: Ji Yun Lee
Once a mountain kingdom of ancient palaces and emperors, Korea in the 21st century is largely known for its modern cities and decades of conflict. Tensions between North and South may be what defines it to outsiders but beyond the battle scars there is another side to Korea.
The Other Side Of The Ice
75 Minutes / 2013 / English / Directed by: Sprague Theobald
In 2009, Sprague Theobald and his family set sail for the infamous Northwest Passage. Reuniting his children and stepchildren after a bad divorce more than fifteen years earlier, the family embarks with unanswered questions, untold hurts, and unspoken mistrusts hanging over their heads. Unrelenting cold, hungry polar bears, and a haunting landscape littered with sobering artifacts from the tragic Franklin Expedition of 1845, as well as personality clashes that threaten to tear the crew apart, make The Other Side of the Ice a harrowing story of survival, adventure, and, ultimately, redemption.
Schooling the World: The White Man’s Last Burden
66 Minutes / 2010 / English / Directed by: Carol Black
Today, volunteers build schools in traditional societies around the world, convinced that school is the only way to a ‘better’ life for indigenous children. But is this true? What really happens when we replace a traditional culture’s way of learning and understanding the world with our own? Beautifully shot on location in the Buddhist culture of Ladakh in the northern Indian Himalayas, SCHOOLING THE WORLD takes a challenging, sometimes funny, ultimately deeply disturbing look at the effects of modern education on the world’s last sustainable indigenous cultures.
47 Minutes / 2017 / English / Directed by: Klaus Mitchell
This film documents the global growth, the successes and the challenges of the vegan and plant-based movement in 2017. It shows that veganism is no longer viewed as a fringe lifestyle choice. It is a moral framework searing into the consciousness of huge numbers of people. The question now is, what will you bring into 2018?