A journey into the Amazon through the work and life of trans-indigenous artist Uýra.
A sensorial and speculative dialogue with a new species of climate-resilient tree, developed by April Lin 林森 in conversation with ecologist Dr. Nalini Nadkarni.
An ecofeminist, personal essay documentary about endometriosis and the invasive Japanese Knotweed.
On the border between Brazil and Paraguay, the Guarani Indigenous people perform a baptism ritual to renew the cycle of nature. Screening as part of #TOAFF23
A group of tree planters share how their emotional renewal is connected with that of the land.
A breathtaking meditation on our entanglement with the world around us, and finding our way back.
Can one footprint imprint on our collective consciousness and create change?
Oum Amin, a Palestinian grandmother returns to her hometown Haifa through Google Maps Streetview, today, the only way she can see Palestine.
A powerful exploration of human rights violations in contemporary Iran.
Palestinians forage as resistance in this mesmerising interrogation of settler colonial power and narratives of conservation.
Migrants in the UK face ever more menacing forces of marginalisation in this urgent documentary on the Hostile Environment.
An enchanting exploration of what mushrooms can teach us about being in the world: in solidarity, adaptability, and ways of imagining otherwise.
Georgina, a trans woman living in a small indigenous community in Colombia, answers the hostility thrown her way with the words, “I have only love.”
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.
A captivating journey into the El Nido forest, where a group of Filipino land defenders risk their lives fighting for environmental justice.
First Step Swim follows Caitlin on a journey of wild swimming as she navigates not only her relationship to her body, but also to the water and space in which she inhabits throughout this short film.
Palestinian-American dancers in Brooklyn maintain vibrant connection to their homeland through dabke, a traditional Levantine folk dance. A joyful, electric celebration of Palestinian heritage shot on 16mm.
A story of love across borders, and the compromises a family must make when it is torn apart by circumstances beyond its control.