2019 • 30 mins
We enter the lives of a trans woman in Honduras, a trans man in Vietnam and a non-binary person in the Netherlands. The film is a positive movement towards openness, inclusiveness, dignity and recognition.
2018 • 25 mins
Rapid population growth is Malawi's biggest obstacle to development. Rhoda and Pilirani, two mothers from the same rural area, each have their own ideas about how many children they should bring into the world.
OUT & ABOUT
2016 • 34 mins
A touching and intimate portrait of parents in Kenya, Russia and Indonesia, who face prejudice and challenges because they have gay children.
2016 • 52 mins
Five teenage girls from Kenya, Peru, Bangladesh, Jordan and India swim against the tide to tackle gender discrimination in their communities. Jumping gracefully from country to country, this heartwarming film tells their inspiring stories.
2016 • 52 mins
When Irma loses her husband, she decides to continue with the passion they once shared: to travel in their camper van, but this time alone. Once on the road, she discovers that her journey is a direct reflection of the process of her grief.
2011 • 89 mins
Teenager Sujeylin lives in a park in Managua and is pregnant. Her plan to raise the baby right there turns out to be too dangerous, so she asks the father to find them a home. Beautifully told and full of hope, this award-winning documentary is an intense personal story about second generation street children.
EL COLOR DEL VOTO
2008 • 40 mins
In Alcalá de Henares, a small town just outside of Madrid, the large population of Rumanian migrants can make the difference in the local elections. But who gets them to the ballot box?
2006 • 15 mins
Through a regular casting session, we witness the harsh reality of actors - full of hope, dreams, humour, drama and tears. The short documentary Casting was nominated for a Spanish Academy Award (the Goya) and went on to win numerous other prizes.
THE ENDLESS CARAVAN
2004 • 54 mins
This documentary road movie follows two second-generation Moroccans from Belgium as they undertake the intense annual trip to their parents' motherland, along with more than a million fellow countrymen and women.