Screened as part of TOAFF15
The bicycle, an amazing tool for change. Activists and cities all over the world are moving towards a new system.
An Ethiopian Coffee Union manager as he travels the world to obtain a better price for his workers’ coffee beans.
30 activists set sail for the Arctic to stop the first oil drilling, only to find themselves arrested and charged with piracy in an international show trial.
Black Sheep blurs the boundaries between documentary and fiction to pose difficult and highly topical questions about race and identity. Who decides what makes us who we are? And what compromises are we prepared to make in order to fit in?
A powerful expose of the way killer whales have been treated under captivity at Seaworld
A filmmaker connects the materials used in mobile phones to illegal mines in the DRC using child labour.
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.
The children of Calcutta’s red light district discover photography in this tribute to the resiliency of childhood, and the restorative power of art.
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.
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.
Palestinian and Israeli activists, led by a fearless women’s contingent, mount nonviolent protests against Israel’s expropriation of their West Bank land.