An immersive film, based on the best-selling book by Naoki Higashida, which explores the experiences of nonspeaking autistic people around the world.
What is the future of education in a networked world? Indian professor Sugata Mitra calls for a revolution in how and what we learn.
Sour Grapes is the story of wine savant Rudy Kurniawan, whose ‘magic cellar’ seems to good to be true. The film premiered at Hot Docs in 2016, screened at Sheffield Doc/Fest and is now on Netflix.
How To Change The World is a feature documentary about the founders of Greenpeace in the 1970s, premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2015.
A feature documentary about young athletes from Bekoji – an Ethiopian highland town which has produced some of the world’s greatest distance athletes. The film tells the story of two young girls, Hawii and Alemi, as they try to run their way to a different life.
Donor Unknown is a documentary feature following the journey of JoEllen Marsh as she goes in search of the sperm donor father she only knows as Donor 150.
Feature documentary about a group of people with learning disabilities who form a punk band. Theatrically released in 2008 and shown on BBC Storyville.
The true story of the fateful voyage of Donald Crowhurst, an amateur yachtsmen who enters the the first solo, non-stop, round the world race in 1968.