Documentary Feature

Any Documentary Film over 45 mins will be considered in this category. We admit only the films about travels, both modern and historical ones. Foreign language work must be dubbed or subtitled in English.

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Kayak The Kwanza

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.

Avellino – Rocchetta, the Suspension of Travel

The train from Avellino to Rocchetta Sant’Antonio (in the innermost Southern Italy), the railroad strongly supported by the scholar Francesco De Sanctis to ensure that the High Irpinia would step outside its old isolation, and used by many emigrants traveling to the north of Italy and to Europe or to the Americas, makes its last …Read more »

HIKING MIRACLES – GR 20

Walking was for ages the most human natural activity. Now we slowly forgot how it is walking in the forest in early morning or to be on the top of mountain when sun is rising above clouds. We decided to make a film that tell authentic story about connection between hiker and nature. More specifically, …Read more »

GANDHI, UNTOUCHABLES AND ME

Have you ever been aware or even cared that 300 millions of human beings are looked down as “untouchables.” In India the curse of being a nonentity remains like a plague from 1,000 BC until the present. This way of life that man’s inhumanity to man continues to be practiced in the land of Gandhi …Read more »

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Journey to JOYCE’S VILLAGE – Creating the Place of Hope

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.