Sheetal and Saraswoti are both survivors of child trafficking to Indian circuses. They had been rescued and brought back across the border to Nepal, but what does the future hold for these young women returning to a home they barely remember?
Watan explores two of the biggest refugee camps in Jordan - Zaatari and Azraq. Through observation of daily life, Watan builds powerful series of interwoven stories that go beyond the statistics to find the human heart of the refugee crisis.
Watan | Storyteller | Trailer
8 Jul 2021
Watan explores two of the biggest refugee camps in Jordan - Zaatari and Azraq.
What is happening to the 13 million Syrians who have been displaced? What are their hopes, their fears? Lost in Lebanon gives an intimate look at how four Syrians are trying to find ways to overcome the torment of their shattered lives.
Lost in Lebanon | Storyteller | Trailer
28 Jun 2021
Spending over a year in Lebanon - in Beirut and on the borders of Syria, “Lost in Lebanon” tells the story of four Syrians who are trying to overcome the torment of their shattered lives.
The toxic effects of bias make headlines every day: sexual harassment, racial profiling, the pay gap. As humans, we are biased but can we de-bias our brains?
Bias | Storyteller | Trailer
22 Mar 2021
The toxic effects of bias make headlines every day: sexual harassment, racial profiling, the pay gap. As humans, we are biased. “Bias" contemplates the most pressing question: can we de-bias our brains?
The United States is the home of free speech. And at the same time, a deeply patriotic country. What happens when these values clash? That is the story of Colin Kaepernick. From football hero to most hated athlete in the nation.
Miss Amazing | Storyteller | Trailer
17 Feb 2020
Every year over 140 hopeful young girls and women from across America come together for one very special event: The National Miss Amazing Pageant, for girls with physical or learning disabilities.
Storyteller offers cutting-edge, high-quality documentaries sourced from around the world. The productions provide context and insight into global issues and international events, in order to explain their impact on the lives of ordinary people.
#ChicagoGirl: Can Social Networks Really Bring Down a Dictator?
From her childhood bedroom in the Chicago suburbs, Ala'a, an American teenage girl, uses social media to coordinate the revolution in Syria.
Abuse and the UN | Storyteller | Trailer
20 Jan 2020
For over 70 years, the United Nations has functioned as a bastion for human rights and defender of the most vulnerable. But what happens when those whose task it is to protect the poor and the weak, women and children -become perpetrators themselves?
Morocco's Paralympic gold medallist struggles to earn a decent wage
The longstanding institutional indifference can make life difficult for many differently-abled sportsmen in the country but that hasn't deterred a 33-year-old shot put thrower from winning Olympic-level gold medals.
Dying to Live | Storyteller | Excerpt
12 Dec 2019
Deep beneath the complex world of organ and tissue transplants are the heart-wrenching stories of real people awaiting life-saving organs.
A Woman Captured | Storyteller | Trailer
2 Dec 2019
Inside an upscale Hungarian home run by a tyrannical matriarch resides a domestic slave. At 52 years old, Marish labors 20 hours a day without pay and endures a constant barrage of emotional and physical abuse.
Dying to Live Trailer | Storyteller
25 Nov 2019
Dying to Live takes us into the worlds of those awaiting and going through organ transplants, and with penetrating insight explores the policy failures that allow this to happen. Finally, Dying to Live offers solutions to easily solvable crisis.
Maid in Hell Trailer | Storyteller
28 Oct 2019
Harassment, abuse, rape and 18-hour work days are a commonplace reality for domestic helpers who have travelled to the Middle East to find employment. ‘Maid In Hell’ gives unprecedented access to this frightening and brutal form of modern slavery.