Cambodia, Ireland, Canada, United Kingdom | 2017 | 126 min | Khmer | Christopher Kelly
An intimate, visceral portrait of two young mothers and a 'multi-media' monk caught up in the chaotic wave of land-rights protests that led to the 2013 Cambodian Spring and the tragic events that followed.
Anote Tong, endearing President of Kiribati, advocates in international forums and investigates building underwater cities. Meanwhile, Sermary must decide whether to uproot her family and migrate to safety in New Zealand.
Israel, France, Germany | 2016 | 68 min | Hebrew, English | Yariv Mozer
David Ben-Gurion, 82, lives in the desert. Being removed from all political discourse allows him a perspective on the Zionist enterprise. His clear voice presents a surprising vision for the future of Israel.
United States, China, Hong Kong | 2017 | 90 min | Chinese | Heather White
Yi Yeting, a benzene victim-turned-activist, discovers two dozen leukaemia cases among Foxconn workers making Apple products in China. He vows to educate them and their families, empowering them to fight back.
Edible Paradise | Growing the Food Forest Revolution
New Zealand | 2018 | 62 min | English | Rich Humphreys
The dream of greening post-quake Canterbury, by saving heritage fruit and nut varieties from the bulldozers, and ensuring genetic diversity, medical benefits and historic links are available to future generations.
Switzerland | 2018 | 113 min | Russian, Korean, English | Christian Frei, Maxim Arbugaev
The secrets and mysteries hidden within nature reveal fundamental differences in views of creation and humankind’s role in it. Past and future, superstition and logic, a hunter and his scientist brother.
Italy, United Kingdom | 2017 | 75 min | English, Hindi | Tommaso Dolcetta Capuzzo
Crossing paths with fellow musicians, spiritual seekers and street kids, reggae-loving busker 'Miserable Man' observes contrasts in Indian society – contemporary and traditional, East and West, ethics and aesthetics.
New Zealand | 2018 | 22 min | English | Antony Kitchener, Simin Littschwager
Stavros Kyriakides creates delicately-balanced rock and driftwood sculptures along Wellington’s rugged south coast, complementing the area’s natural craggy beauty in subtle ways. But not everybody appreciates them.
United States | 2018 | 147 min | English | Susan Lacy
Steven Spielberg opens up about his bittersweet childhood and lifelong obsession with filmmaking, covering precocious early TV work, blockbusters, more serious dramatic films, and the relationships he’s cultivated during his career.