Soccer and Superstition
When it comes to soccer, Brazilians take their superstitious beliefs seriously.
Revolution & Tourism
How the Abduction of Two Presidents Affected Egypt’s Tourism Industry.
Allahabad’s Kumbh Mela
The world’s biggest religious festival on the shores of India’s holy Ganges River receives tens of millions of visitors every 12 years when it is celebrated.
World Cup Fever?
A few days before the start of the World Cup we travel around in Rio and look for soccer fever.
Cuteness culture persists in Japan. As the doll-like gyarus become mothers, they turn into trend-setters for mothers’ and kids’ fashion.(In Finnish/Japanese)
The Young and the Brave: Eulalia
Portrait of a young Colombian activist who tries to keep slum children off the criminal path and helps the elderly refugees of the internal conflict to reconstruct their identities through the rediscovery of memories.
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The Swing Legend
A mini documentary on Harlem’s Lindy Hop master Sonny Allen ‘15
The World Cup Gamble
A few months before the FIFA World Cup Brazilians await the mega event with mixed feelings.
Love or Rape?
The murder and gang rape of an Indian student in December 2012 caused outrage around the world. But, as this film shows, the underlying causes for violence against women in India will be difficult to overcome.
The Bolivian Doctrine
A current affairs docu-report about the attempts by the first socialist indigenous president Evo Morales to change and indigenize the education system in Bolivia.
A NGO campaign video for a water project in Tanzania.
Rehabilitating Al Jahili Fort
Following the turning of an old archeological site into a cultural center in UAE.
Morogoro’s Entrepreneur Women
How have the women from Lundi village benefitted from the business course financed by the Finnish Evangelic Lutheran Mission? (In Swedish)
Organic Milk Truck
The Indian NGO pays a fare price to the nomadic, buffalo-herding Van Gujjars for their milk and happy customers get organic, chemical-free milk everyday.