Karima: A Day in the Life of a Henna Girl
Hassan Hajjaj, considered "the Andy Warhol of Morocco," paints a more complex vision of contemporary Islamic gender roles.
Too Black To Be French?
A French-Ivorian, who grew up in upper class French society, unpacks socio-economic privilege and racial discrimination in France today.
One of the Arab world’s most transformative leaders who challenged Western hegemony abroad, and confronted Islamism at home.
A Syrian Love Story
As a revolution sweeps through the area, Raghda and Amer, who met in a Syrian prison cell, find their love challenged by circumstance.
Aïssa is a Congolese immigrant in France. To determine if she can be deported as an adult, a doctor is going to examine her anatomy.
The House On Coco Road
An intimate portrait of an activist and teacher who moves her children from Oakland, California to join the Grenada Revolution.
Black Code / Code Noir
A critical reflection on two events: the 2014 murders of Michael Brown and Kajieme Powell by police officers in USA, from an outsider's lens.
The filmmaker tells her grandmother’s story of exile from Algeria to France; her fights for her country, for her children. What is her heritage ?
Can technology itself be racist? Lili rests in a film studio, as male camera technicians calibrate film equipment to the white porcelain standard.
In a bustling village near Addis Ababa, an Ethiopian girl becomes aware of strange new feelings that are both discomforting and exciting.
The Living Need Light, The Dead Need Music
A visual and musical journey through the fantastical funeral rituals of South Vietnam, with parallels to those of New Orleans.
The Reagan Years
The Reagan administration's internal documentation captures the spectacle of American might at its acme.
The Sea Is History
A materialist and animist critique, made in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, of the monumentalisation of European colonial history.
These Objects, Those Memories
An exploration of the objects brought with, sent back, or left behind by three Zimbabwean female migrants residing in Cape Town.
Sheylla shares memories of journeys that brought her to Paris. She’s preparing to leave again, but on which path when she can go in any direction?