Change at Frontline
POSTPONED: Screening – Teenage Miners
Teenage Miners is the complicated and heart-breaking story of poverty stricken children forced to work in the tin mines of Bolivia. The film shines a light on a group of children who work against the law for the benefit of the people they love, but at the cost of their lives.
Change Season: Screening – An African Election
An African Election examines the lead-up to the dramatic 2008 presidential election in Ghana. Through threatened violence, allegations of cheating, and a heart-pounding climax of suspense, An African Election serves to illustrate this momentous election with an admirable scope.
Change Season: Screening – The Truth That Wasn’t There
The Truth that Wasn’t There offers an unprecedented view into the aftermath of the civil war in Sri Lanka that ended in 2009. The Truth that Wasn’t There touches upon the heart of debates about documentary, objectivism, information, and ground reporting in our time of instant access to citizen journalism.
FULLY BOOKED: Screening – Cocaine Unwrapped
Cocaine Unwrapped explores the global economy and human toll of the trafficking and prosecution of cocaine. Painting a multi-faced portrait of the role of cocaine in a society that attempts to define the ‘war on drugs’ in absolutes, director Rachel Seifert takes an un-biased view of one of the world’s largest drugs and dangerous
Fully Booked: Screening – The Interrupters
Showing the ground-breaking work of three ‘violence interrupters’ working in the crime-ridden streets of Chicago over the course of a year, this film explores a radically different approach to crime in the United States.
Change Season: Preview Screening – You’ve Been Trumped
A daring and provocative film, You’ve Been Trumped takes an investigate look into the effects of Donald Trump’s proposed luxury golf resort being built on what conservationists have called the “crown jewels” of Scotland’s natural wildlife.
Change Season: Screening – Children of the Revolution
Children of the Revolution is a compelling and intricate portrait of Ulrike Meinhof of the German Red Army Faction and Fusako Shigenobu of the Japanese Red Army, as told through the unique position of their daughters.
Cancelled: Screening – Goodbye Mubarak
Goodbye Mubarak examines the anger and discontent brewing in Egypt before people took to the streets on 25 January and ousted President Hosni Mubarak 18 days later.