Stalking Chernobyl, a documentary from Cultures of Resistance Films, examines the underground culture of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

Young Iona is visiting her grandmother. She’s totally entranced in her coloring but she really wants to go outside.

Alone, Silvia, a young woman who suffers from a serious illness, is faced with the responsability of watching and take care of her little daughter Sara.

Once upon a time, all that was needed to extract the sap from sapodilla trees was a sharp machete and a good arm, but over time, as the value of chicle rose, the criss-cross slash marks across the tree trunk was discontinued and production methods became more sophisticated.

The documentary seeks to highlight negative effects of illegal artisanal small-scale mining, popularly known as ‘galamsey’ , on water bodies, vegetation, forest, climate change and human life at large.

Following the brutal murder of Manuel Roseo in Chaco, Argentina, the fate of his 250,000 hectares rainforest estate is yet to be seen.

THE TRAIN AND THE PENINSULA is a deep dive into Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula as the 1500 km railroad megaproject called “Tren Maya” is being built.

Diane can’t ignore anymore the leak coming from the ceiling above the family diner…

Three Minutes – A Lengthening presents a home movie shot by David Kurtz in 1938, in a Jewish town in Poland, and tries to postpone its ending.

Take a journey with two women who came to Belize as minors from Guatemala and Honduras.

In 2013, a Guatemalan fisherman made a stunning discovery: a massive, uncharted coral reef, seemingly untouched by the bleaching that has decimated other reefs across the Caribbean.

As the Xingu indigenous live in close symbiosis with water, rivers in Sao Paulo are perishing due to worrying levels of water pollution from chemicals used in the agrobusiness industry and plastic.

A night. A car. Alie is in danger. To get by she must make the most important phone call of her life.

Unknown Belize uncovers the wonder of Belize’s natural world, while exploring the political, economic and environmental challenges facing Central America’s only English-speaking nation.

During her 70 years as a nun, Sister Maria Rosa Leggol helped over 87,000 Honduran children escape poverty and violence through an ecosystem of social, educational and entrepreneurial projects.