Crumbs

Crumbs

Dormant for decades, a mothership hovering over post-apocalypse Ethiopia awakens. Resolved to board the craft, a collector of late-20th century pop memorabilia embarks on a surreal journey to uncover its secrets

What Matters?

What Matters?

The journey starts with humble roots: Three friends wanting to make a documentary on extreme poverty in Africa. Dan as the instigator and the one burdened with Western guilt after a trip to Africa. Rob […]

The Carrier

The Carrier

When 28-year-old Mutinta Mweemba first shares all the hopes and dreams she once nurtured as a child, her aspirations seem no different from those of many other young women around the world. She dreams of […]

You Don't Need Feet to Dance

You Don't Need Feet to Dance

An astonishing documentary about a man who overcomes his disability one day at a time in New York City, Alan Govenar’s new film reveals the extraordinary life of African immigrant Sidiki Conde. Sidiki lost the […]

Fire in the Blood

Fire in the Blood

An intricate tale of ‘medicine, monopoly and malice’,Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments aggressively blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of Africa and the […]

Give Me The Banjo

Give Me The Banjo

The banjo has been an emblem of American culture for centuries. Yet few realize the instrument’s complicated, checkered past, one that illuminates a fledgling nation coming into being. Featuring such banjo greats as Béla Fleck, […]

Elevate

Elevate

At SEEDS Academy in Dakar, Senegal, the best and tallest young basketball players from across West Africa are hand-picked to take part in a strenuous program of academics and athletic training. For these seven-foot-tall sixteen-year-olds, […]

Climate of Change

Climate of Change

From the producers of the Academy Award Winning An InconvenientTruth comes a timely film narrated buy Oscar Winner Tilda Swinton about steps to take to save the environment.

Faat Kine

Faat Kine

“In Faat Kine, Ousmane Sembene, the unquestioned father of African cinema, calls his fellow Africans to a reckoning of the post-independence era at the beginning of a new century. At 77, he sums up 40 […]