The Hillside Crowd (Ceux De La Colline) Witness the desperate quest of the workers of a makeshift gold mine on the remote Diosso hillside of Burkina Faso to find fortune and happiness amongst promiscuously crowded living quarters and poverty, in The Hillside Crowd.
The Seeker (L'Identificateur) This documentary looks at the fascinating life of Bill Haglund, who has become a powerful voice for the silent victims of genocide, breaking ground in a new field called "human rights anthropology".
Bilal Bilal is the story of a three year old boy boy who can see, while his parents are blind. The family lives in a poor area of Calcutta, India, and despite challenges from their handicaps, performs daily tasks exceptionally well.
Love In India India is known for its sexual innovation, having introduced the world to the Kama Sutra. This steamy documentary explores the the meaning of love and romance in a modern world still swayed by India's ancient sexual culture.
Rebecca's Wild Farm Wildlife filmmaker Rebecca Hosking investigates how to transform her family's farm in Devon into a low energy farm for the future, and discovers that nature holds the key.
Bridge to Iran: President Mir Qanbar Mir Qanbar is a 74-year-old retiree looking to win an elected position in Iran's government. This beautifully filmed doc shows the off-beat presidential campaign of an old man making his last stab for political power.
Intangible Asset Number 82 This documentary is a transformative immersion into Korean traditional music, as it follows jazz drummer Simon Barker's search for a master Korean shaman whose music has made a profound impression on him.
Good Copy Bad Copy An energetic examination of copyright in the modern world. From the film industry of Nigeria, to the remix backrooms of Brazil, this doc interviews leading business figures and DJs about the future of creative work.
In a Soldier's Footsteps Steven, a former child soldier in Uganda and a refugee in Denmark, receives news that his missing son is not dead, but is now himself a child-soldier. Steven determines to free his son, but things go terribly wrong.
The Laya Project Laya Project's musicians are from coastal communities in the 2004 tsunami-affected regions of Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, Maldives, Myanmar and India. The project is dedicated to the survivors of that historic disaster.
Mariza and the Story of Fado Called the "Portuguese blues," fado is now enjoying an extraordinary revival. Mariza, one of its most charismatic and celebrated divas, is the focus of this film that takes us on a journey through the art and soul of fado.
The Film Class A modest class in filmmaking suddenly becomes a forum for airing the unspoken taboos and history of black Bedouins in the Middle East in this documentary.
Brasileirinho A musical documentary film about Choro, the first genuinely Brazilian urban music, "Brasileirinho" looks back at the history of this fascinating musical genre, but above all paints a colorful picture of Choro's vitality today.
DOC-DEBUT A weekly series on Link TV, DOC-DEBUT highlights unique and groundbreaking international documentary films. Each week features the US television premiere of a new foreign doc.