Youth Producing Change Category: Documentaries Young people are on the frontlines of many of the world's human rights crises, but we all too rarely get to hear their point of view. Youth Producing Change shares powerful stories from young filmmakers across the globe who use cameras to share their visions of change.
ViewChange: The Bicycle Category: Documentaries Pax Chingawale pedals his bicycle over 20 km a day, visiting his neighbors from house to house. His travels take him to twenty villages, in Zomba District, southern Malawi, Africa. The Bicycle chronicles Pax's journeys as he battles AIDS at the grassroots.
ViewChange: Film Contest Collection Category: Documentaries In 2010, Link TV put out a call to filmmakers around the world to submit five-minute short films that tell stories of progress in tackling the UN Millennium Development Goals. The result? 139 incredible shorts from 49 countries. This series features the very best of those film contest entries.
A Dollar a Day: The Price of Cotton Category: Documentaries Filmed in Mali and Texas, The Price of Cotton follows activist farmer Ibrahim Coulibali’s efforts to gain access to markets by turning many small voices into a loud, international demand for fair trade.
In Focus: Mama Maputo - Life for My Child Category: News & Current Affairs Célia and Helena live in Mozambique-- both are pregnant, and HIV positive. The most frequent path of infection among Africans is still from mother to child; these women are trying lower their risk by taking precautions and proper medications regularly.
In Focus: Foreigners in Their Own Country Category: News & Current Affairs Hopeful and excited to be able to help build up South Africa's democracy after the end of the apartheid regime, Themba and his mother returned to South Africa from exile in Germany in early 1994. Since then he's been experiencing racism from whites and blacks alike.
Global Spirit: In Search of Ecstasy This episode explores the ecstatic state - a global phenomenon found in all kinds of spiritual and religious traditions. How is ecstatic trance practiced around the world, and why are so many people today fascinated by it?
4REAL: Liberia Category: Documentaries UK rapper/artist M.I.A. learns about the work of child rights leader Kimmie Weeks. They visit with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, fix a playground and throw a block party in Monrovia.
4REAL: Kenya Category: Documentaries Hip hop star K'naan travels to Kenya's Kibera, the largest slum in East Africa. There, he connects with local hero, Salim Mohamed, who runs a medical clinic and a soccer program for over 4,000 kids.