In 1960s rural India, a village chief and his son resist the pressure of conforming to the new world of Christianity.
In an Ethiopian community dependent on its cash crop in more ways than one, a new generation’s furtive hopes slip through the cracks.
As humans shoot for the stars, what do we lose along the way?
In the age of information overload, the challenge is to avoid drowning.
Erupting with unforgettable images of Hawaii, this boundary-breaking essay film captures the splendour and turbulent colonial history of the island nation.
The darkly humorous 2021 Clermont-Ferrand International Competition Special Jury Prize winner pits a funeral custom against languishing olive trees.