All or Nothing
Close Up
Mike Leigh | 2002
United Kingdom | 128 min | 18+ years | English

Mike Leigh’s powerful look behind the doors of a housing estate

Topics: UK Poverty
Watch Free
An Object At Rest
Seth Boyden | 2011
United Kingdom | 6 min | 5+ years | No dialogue

A stone will encounter lots of obstacles over the course of a millennium, but is there any greater disruption than that of human civilization?

Watch Free
An Uncertain Future
Chelsea Hernandez, Iliana Sosa | 2017
United States | 11 min | English, Spanish

In Austin, Texas, two expectant mothers—one undocumented and one US citizen—must contend with increased ICE raids and mounting hostility towards immigrants under President Trump.

Anbessa
All Equal? Close Up
Mo Scarpelli | 2019
Ethiopia, Italy, United States | 86 min | 12+ years | Amharic with English subtitles | Subtitles

Screened as part of TOAFF19

This lyrical documentary follows a young boy who uses his creativity, imagination and sharp wits to battle forces beyond his control.

Topics: Land Rights
And That Is How the Rivers Came To Be
Miguel Araoz Cartagena | 2019
Canada, Peru, United States | 3 min | 5+ years | Kukama with English subtitles | Closed Captions

Screening as part of TOAFF21

The enchanting Peruvian legend of a Kukama god comes alive in this animated film about the creation of the vast, winding rivers of the Amazon.

Anote’s Ark
Close Up Shared Planet
Matthieu Rytz | 2018
Canada | 77 min | 12+ years | English with English subtitles | Subtitles

Screened as part of TOAFF18

What if your country was swallowed by the sea? A portrait of paradise on the brink.

ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch
Shared Planet The Bigger Picture Youth Programme
J.Baichwal, N. de Pencier, E. Burtynsky | 2018
Canada | 87 min | 12+ years | English, Cantonese, Chinese (Mandarin)... with English subtitles | Subtitles

Screened as part of TOAFF19

In their follow-up to Manufactured Landscapes and Watermark (TOAFF14), photographer Edward Burtynsky and his artistic collaborators Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de pencier offer a cinematic meditation on the way human activity has reshaped the Earth.