The Rohingya in Myanmar are the most persecuted minority in the world. Why, in 2018, were their villages burned to the ground and hundreds of thousands driven from their homes, in a country effectively ruled by Noble Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi? Few conflicts are as complicated as the Rohingya crisis.
GAZA brings us into a unique place beyond the reach of televised news reports to reveal a world rich with eloquent and resilient characters and to offer us a cinematic and enriching portrait of a people attempting to lead meaningful lives despite the rubble left
In an era of eroded journalism, fragmented audiences, and consolidated corporate power, 40 journalists from 15 countries work together to support the work of local reporters who, as a result of their pur
Since the summer of 2019, hundreds of thousands of supporters of the Hong Kong democracy movement have been taking to the streets each week to demonstrate, but the feeling of independence is slowly dissolving in the fo
In South Africa a disastrous disinformation campaign is being waged against the integrity of journalists. But then the journalists receive a smoking gun - a huge data leak that exposes the entire modus operandi behind the seizure of the South African state by private individuals with the help of corrupt politicians.
Childhood friends Patricia and Heidi grew up in Cuba, where they both went to the film academy. As children of the 1970s, they were brought up with the communist ideals, but the promised bright future failed to materialize. Independently of each other, they fled the censorship of their homeland. Heidi ended up in Switzerland, Patricia in Spain. They had no contact for years.