I Am Category: Documentaries I Am chronicles the journey of an Indian lesbian filmmaker who returns to Delhi, where being gay was -- until recently -- a criminal and punishable offense. After eleven years, she finally confronts the loss of her mother whom she never came out to.
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School of My Dreams Category: Documentaries School of My Dreams paints an engaging portrait of students of Daraja Academy, a free Kenyan boarding school for exceptional girls living in poverty.
Girls of Daraja Category: Documentaries A film about Daraja Academy, a boarding secondary school for Kenyan girls with top academic scores and exceptional leadership skills but no means to continue their education.
United in Anger Category: Documentaries United in Anger combines startling archival footage that puts the audience on the ground with the activists and the remarkably insightful interviews from the ACT UP Oral History Project.
A Family Like Mine Category: Documentaries This mini documentary explores the life and experiences of children growing up with same sex parents in a society where homosexuality is a constant topic of controversy.
In Focus: Welcome to the Far West Category: News & Current Affairs Indians seeing snow for the first time, Chinese tourists getting ripped off, and Koreans collapsing from fatigue. Asians travelling to distant lands are proving to be a gigantic market, a growing target group, and good business. DW In Focus reports.
In Focus: Coming Home - Japan Category: News & Current Affairs Sambi Saito's journey across Japan begins in Tokyo. Just two hours' train ride away is Sendai, administrative capital of the prefecture of Miyagi, which bore the brunt of the tsunami and earthquake in 2011. She meets up with old friends and gets a new perspective on a country that still bears the scars of the catastrophe.
My Brother the Jihadist Category: Documentaries This documentary by British filmmaker Robb Leech chronicles a year in his relationship to his middle-class stepbrother Richard Dart.
In Focus: Protesting Wind Farms - The Growing Pains of Going Green Category: News & Current Affairs In the development of renewable energy policies, France and Germany are focusing primarily on wind power. But more and more people are taking a stand against the construction of new wind farms. This report gives voice to both advocates and adversaries of wind energy in Germany and France and shows that the switchover to sustainable energy can be achieved, but not without discord.
City Walk Category: Documentaries City Walk is a unique, six-part series that reveals how walking is changing life in Los Angeles and other major cities throughout the US.