Since 1979 the Islamic Republic of Iran has been represented in the western media as the greatest danger to world peace.
Zambian grandmother Joyce Sikota has lost all but one of her children to Aids and was left alone and overwhelmed with seven grandchildren. But now she is going through a healing process. With the help of her only surviving daughter Annie and her visionary son-in-law Michael, she finds solace, hope and delight.
In June 2016, our two man team completed the first ever source-to-mouth expedition along the Kwanza River in Angola. We used a 40 year-old foldable wooden kayak that we paddled and carried along the 1,300km journey.
This documentary is a rich collection of archive photos and videos of 1940s about the countrywide railroad of Iran, the occupation of Iran by the allied forces and using it for transportation of facilities and arms supplied by the US and UK for the Russian army.
MasMan is about Peter Minshall, an existential hero in Trinidad and the largest novel character among carnivals anywhere in the world. For four decades he has had audiences in his mirror, which he calls mas, not masquerade, because his graphic imagery of society is much bigger than that. It is largely about who we were, …Read more »