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A reflection upon the state of the world and ourselves that asks what would it look like to reach our highest potential?
Directed by Gabriel Diamond (USA) This short film follows the story of a man raised in the Indian slums where families are forced to live in squalid conditions without support or hope for a better future.
Directed by Shanshan Chen (China) This short film follows the journeys of refugees and migrants seeking safety in Britain.
After an eye-opening psychedelic experience with ayahuasca, Lucas finally faces his lifelong fear of telling Samantha, his childhood friend, that he’s in love with her.
Mr. Leonel is an old medical examiner, polite and well-behaved; his life has become old, repetitive and lonely.
A young Syrian refugee granted asylum in Canada helps newly arriving refugee families resettle there and reclaim hope in the process.
“Rooted in the conviction that women should be active stakeholders in defining their own development strategies, CAFWA builds on initiatives that the women themselves have started.”
Directed by Samantha Smith (USA) This short documentary recounts one man's decision to donate one of his kidneys to a complete stranger.
Directed by Lara Everly (USA) A comedy workshop featuring improvisation, performance and stand up comedy is given to women recently released from prison.
What is altruistic musical activism? Is it possible for the goal to become the default?
Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves.
A Few Questions for Jayashri Wyatt - Creative Director and Special Event Manager for World Humanitarian Day at United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
Directed by Jesse Gustafson (USA) A young soldier on his first deployment to Afghanistan is asked to assist a seasoned ranger medic.
Directed by Ryan Chapman (UK) This short film follows a warm-hearted Athenian who believes ‘no victims are necessary’ while a humanitarian crisis unfolds in Europe.
US Premiere — Directed by Cali Bondad (USA) This short documentary offers a visceral snapshot at how inmates survive solitary confinement.
Directed by Leanne Welham (UK) The story of three male nurses who survived Ebola celebrate the end of the epidemic.
Directed by James Francis Khehtie (AUS) A close-knit Australian farming community confronts the human cost of war on the homefront during World War II.
Directed by Shanshan Chen (China) Stigmatized for his bipolar disorder and unable to find help, Chen Wei created China’s first depression support group.