Cinema Soleil Category: Documentaries Two young men open a makeshift movie theater in Cite Soleil, the largest shanytown in Haiti to earn a living for themselves and their families.
Special: America's Dirty Tricks - Part 2 Category: Documentaries Is the U.S. teaching torture at a military base in Georgia? Find out in "Inside the School of Assassins" - one priest's battle to close the School of Americas, with commentary from war hero Charles Liteky.
Rosita Category: Documentaries In this powerful documentary, the plight of a nine year-old Nicaraguan girl who becomes pregnant through a vicious rape triggers a battle over whose life has precedence.
The United Nations Millennium Development Goals In the year 2000, the UN called a Millennium Summit, and government leaders established 8 attainable development goals to combat the challenges that human kind faces today. Here we look at poverty, gender equality and environmental sustainability.
World AIDS Day Category: News & Current Affairs HIV/AIDS affects us all. There are more than 40 million people living with HIV/AIDS all over the world. More than 11 million of those are aged between 15 and 24. Most don't know that they are carrying the virus.
Más Allá del Mar Category: Documentaries The film recreates one of the most dramatic episodes in the history of human migrations, a crisis that shook the very foundations of Cuban and American society
Peace One Day Category: Documentaries The story of one man's attempt to persuade the global community to officially sanction a UN-sponsored global ceasefire day.
Profit and Nothing But! Category: Documentaries An exploration of the profit motive and its consequences on our daily lives, our history, and our outlook for the future. The film contrasts "triumphant capitalism" with the devastating reality of Haiti.
One Child, One Voice Category: Documentaries Takes a compelling look at planet Earth, through the eyes of five children from five continents, who reveal their dreams for the future.
Spotlight: Ready, Steady, Trade Category: Documentaries Chef Antony Worall Thompson creates a world-class meal from food bought from the world's poorest farms. The film examines how we harm the poor through unfair trade policies.