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.
The Price of Protest | Storyteller | Trailer
11 Mar 2021
Colin Kaepernick is a hero to some and a traitor to others, but still many followed his lead by taking a knee or protesting in the streets. He may have sacrificed his career but his standing against social injustice will go down in history.
Mosque Attack is a documentary about a Turkish survivor of the New Zealand mosque attack. Temel Atacocugu is an incredible character who was shot nine times on that terrible day but somehow managed to survive - a miracle he puts down to his faith.
Mosque Attack | Storyteller | Trailer
1 Mar 2021
A one hour documentary about a Turkish survivor of the New Zealand mosque attack.
Hundreds of villages burned. Mass rapes and large-scale massacres. 700,000 Rohingyas forced into exile.Filmed in both Myanmar and Bangladesh, this film investigates the premeditated nature of ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya minority.
Rohingyas: The Mechanics of a Crime | Storyteller | Trailer
1 Feb 2021
Filmed in both Myanmar and Bangladesh, this film investigates the premeditated nature of ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya minority.
A Fish Tale | Storyteller
6 Jan 2021
Living in Israel, Johnny dreams of returning to Ghana with modern fish farming techniques. But his wife, Therese, is determined to create the best possible future for their children. When their visas expire, tensions lead to an inevitable clash.
Humanity on Trial | Storyteller | Trailer
9 Mar 2020
When the refugee crisis hits Europe, a young Dane travels to Greece to volunteer rescuing refugees from the Aegean Sea. One night, while trying to find a family lost at sea, Salam is arrested and charged with human smuggling.
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.
Miss Amazing | Storyteller | Excerpt
25 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.
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.
Laila at the Bridge Trailer | Storyteller
14 Oct 2019
In a country offering almost no treatment services despite a crisis of addiction, Laila Haidari took the unusual decision to found her own pioneering addiction treatment center and a restaurant where all of the waiters are recovering heroin addicts.
How the world's youngest democracy could spark, or disrupt Arab freedom
As the head of a globally-regarded NGO that claimed to provide shelter and education for girls rescued from brothels in Northern Thailand, Mickey Choothesa’s story took an unexpected turn during a documentary filming.
The Mosque Next Door: What it's like living as a Muslim in Australia
TRT World interviews Anton Tripolskii, a domestic violence expert from the Battered Women’s Justice Project, who explains how the 'credibility of victim-survivors is significantly discounted in the American court system.'
An actor's struggle with playing the part of 'not welcoming' Europe
Mike Day's film follows locals on the Faroe Islands as they confront the changing reality of whaling in the 21st century, in which toxic pollution has left their traditional source of sustenance unsafe.
Have You Been to The Mosque Next Door?
5 Apr 2019
Muslim contact with the Aboriginals of Australia predates the European conquest, but often the country’s small Muslim population is ignored or feared. One century-old mosque in Brisbane is aiming to change that by opening its doors to non-Muslims.