Blackfish
Gabriela Cowperthwaite | 2013
United States | 83 min | 12+ years | English

A powerful expose of the way killer whales have been treated under captivity at Seaworld

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Blue Heart
Shared Planet
Britton Caillouette | 2018
United States | 45 min | 8+ years | English, Albanian, Macedonian with English subtitles | Subtitles

Screened as part of TOAFF18

Combining stunning cinematography with a fantastic breadth of individual portraits, this sumptuous documentary chronicles communities fighting to save the last wild rivers of Europe.

Boiling Point
Close Up
Elina Hirvonen | 2016
Finland | 90 min | 15+ years | Finnish with English subtitles

Screened as part of TOAFF17

Is dialogue still possible in public and political discourse?

Born in Damascus
Sisters
Laura Wadha | 2021
Scotland, United Kingdom | 15 min | 12+ years | Arabic with English subtitles | Closed Captions

Syrian-Scottish filmmaker Laura Wadha reconnects with her cousin after 10 years apart. Through video calls, old recordings, and ongoing processes of memory and reconciliation, they piece together the story of their family separated by war.

The Borneo Case
Close Up Shared Planet Truth To Power
Dylan Williams, Erik Pauser | 2016
Sweden | 78 min | 12+ years | English, Malay with English subtitles

Screened as part of TOAFF17

An unlikely group of activists hunt for billions of dollars made from the destruction of the oldest forest in the world: the Borneo Rainforest.

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Box Girl
Evan Pretzer | 2015
Kenya, United States | 9 min | 8+ years | English with English subtitles | Subtitles

Sonko boxed her way from the Kariobangi slum in Nairobi all the way to the Kenyan national women’s team. Now she is training the next generation of female boxers, giving them confidence and leadership along the way.

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A Boy Named Gavin
Elyse Kelly | 2017
United States | 2 min | 5+ years | English with English subtitles | Closed CaptionsSubtitles

When 18-year old transgender Gavin Grimm started using the boys’ bathroom in school it caused uproar. In this powerful short film he demands his rights and urges acceptance amongst his community.