Films & Action

Our films and projects have impact campaigns as their beating heart. These drive audiences to watch and mobilise lasting tangible social improvements which generate local and global value for both art and people.


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The future of democracy in Russia is a fight that matters to us all. #FreeNavalny

The Territory

By putting Indigenous rights in a new EU law against deforestation, we have amplified the voice of and helped ensure protection for the Uru-eu-wau-wau and many other Indigenous communities #Together4Forests

The son

Youth mental health is at crisis point. We're showing #WeCare by working to give young people tools and resources to manage complex emotions and needs.

Dark Waters

We are proud to work alongside Rob Bilott and Mark Ruffalo to inspire 108 multinational companies to end their use of toxic PFAS #foreverchemicals.

Io Capitano

Winner of Venice Film Festival’s Collateral Impact Award, Io Capitano highlights the inherent dangers in unstable migratory routes, and highlights the importance of ensuring that high-level policy conversations on migration focus on people - their hopes and dreams, and the desperation and persecution that underpin why they put their lives at risk and head towards Europe.

Our forests

Inspired by the work of five leaders representing the world's five great forests, we are mobilising high-level action at the EU to strengthen corporate deforestation commitments #Together4Forests

My Name is Happy

Singer, domestic violence survivor and 'Turkey's Got Talent' Finalist, Mutlu Kaya's life was changed forever when she narrowly escaped death at the hands of her former partner. Today, her voice continues to be her talent and her weapon; she has started again to sing, and to speak out and fight for the many women in Turkey and beyond who are daily killed or subjected to abuse, coercion and violence at the hands of husbands or partners.
We champion Mutlu as she strives each day to reclaim for all women the meaning behind her name - happy.

Too close

Andrea’s ex-partner and father to her son was discovered to be abusing her daughter. Released early from prison, he has returned to the small community in which Andrea is raising her children.


Winner of Sarajevo's CineLink Impact Award 2023, Director Ensar Altay’s latest fiction feature “Kanto” is an intimate Turkish family love story which gives audiences a glimpse into the often unseen stresses and strains of elderly family care responsibilities, especially when these are sudden and unexpected. Through this, the film shines a new light on the often-overlooked individuals who provide crucial support to their loved ones without formal recognition.

The cave

Heroic protagonist Dr. Amani was honoured by multiple international Human Rights awards which secured her freedom and championed her to continue to work and advocate for Syrian women and children.
#StandWithDrAmani and donate to the Al Amal Fund to support medical workers in conflict zones

Arctic Blue

After years spent adrift traveling the world, 30-year-old Italian Ismaele moves to Arctic Norway and faces his toughest challenge yet: finding a place to belong. Discovering the subtle ties linking people and animals, his search for home soon becomes a journey into himself in the darkness of the polar night.


Together with powerful political figures, this thriller documentary from the inside of the A.I. frontlines has changed the conversation on the future of this digital technology from ethics to human-centred laws and regulation.

Nuclear Now

To reach the climate goals of the Paris Agreement do we need a renewed commitment to nuclear energy? #NuclearNow

Who I am not

Almost 2% of the world’s population are born with intersex traits, yet in identity discourse intersex is often misunderstood, misrepresented and forgotten - the invisible “I”. With this taboo-breaking film, we aim to make intersex visible and empower a world in which we can all freely and safely live as our true, authentic selves. #WhoIAmNot

Into the weeds

The powerful story of a former Bay Area groundskeeper who took on Monsanto after a terminal cancer diagnosis.

Holy Shit

This globe-trotting film will inform a generation about how our poo and pee can solve pressing climate challenges, and urge decision-makers to commit to using human excreta as fertiliser.

Peace for Nina

In a country at war, a Ukrainian mother channels her grief into action as she seeks justice for her son's capture and murder at the hands of a Russian mercenary. Will Nina succeed in breaking the cycle of violence plaguing her family and finally find peace?

My enemy my brother

added unique value to international decision-making on refugees, religious freedom and minority rights.

Bayo Bayo Baby

In a surf school set up by orphan and former child sex worker Aminata, abused children in Freetown, Sierra Leone take back their own power.


This inside look at the human and environmental cost of the technology industry caused Apple to remove a toxic chemical from its iPhone screen cleaning process.

Eminent Monsters

The film inspired and informed the 2020 report of Professor Nils Melzer, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, to the UN Human Rights Council, bringing new global political attention brought to issue of psychological torture.

Jump Out

Marcus is a 12 years old boy from the slums of Nairobi. His life changes when he meets Steve, a trainer who teaches children in acrobatics to take them out from the streets and perform around the world. Will Marcus became a great acrobat and start a new life ?

The number

After a young protégé's murder confirms a prison gang leader's growing misgivings about his life inside, he joins a reform-minded warden's efforts to improve the prison, eyeing it as a path to early release. Gaining fulfillment and self-worth, he becomes a valued partner in the new changes before explosive gang resistance forces a deadly choice between the gangster he is and the changing man he knows he now is.

72 Hours

A woman’s life has been incomplete ever since her son was wrongfully accused, sentenced to death and executed within a year. From a grieving mother she transforms to a symbol of the struggle against the death penalty. Today, she shares her painful reminiscences with a theater group of 4 young people, all displaced for different reasons. They all gather to poetically process the mother and son’s story, combining documentary theater with media and family archives.

Sorry we missed you

We were honoured to curate a special screening of this compelling film in the European Parliament for over 200 EU policymakers, followed by a discussion on worker protections in EU policy featuring director Ken Loach and with MEPs Kim van Sparrentak (Greens/EFA) and Stelios Kouloglou (The Left).


We brought renewed attention to Nepal and its conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) justice needs by elevating protagonist Devi Khadka's platform to new international exposure, empowering her grassroot actions in Nepal and providing new impact creative content to be included in the film.

Beyond day zero

In a time when water is more precious than blood, a wealthy daughter of a water investor and a gangster from the slums stand together to tear down the wall dividing their homeland.

The Energy Within

A short fiction based on the real-life experience of Paralympian Stefanie Reid.

The scars of Ali Boulala

Inspired by Ali's story, we launched a call-to-action for EU policymakers to include arts therapy within a European Strategy on Mental Health.


After the loss of her son, Svetlana investigates the violent culture of the Belarusian army. A group of friends soon to be enlisted, they go to rave parties and protest march following the re-election of Aleksandr Lukashenko.

Don’t look up

In December 2022, we convened a powerful European Parliament mock trial event inspired by and featuring Netflix's "Don't Look Up" which brought new attention to the importance of science-based policymaking to protect forests and the environment. With MEPs Ville Niinisto (Greens/EFA), Silvia Modig (The Left) and Michal Wiezik (Renew).

The recovery channel

Melding fact and fiction to spotlight the pivotal role media plays in our perception of mental health and mental illness and kickstart a new dialogue on the need for better and more standardised guidelines for good mental health reporting, storytelling and media coverage.

Stay alive my son

Transpiring over 45 years and based on the internationally acclaimed memoirs of Pin Yathay, "Tu Vivrais, Mon Fils" ("Stay Alive, My Son"), this epic, immersive, and mythical cinematic experience places the Player in the shoes of a pained father, forced to make the gut-wrenching decision to abandon his 6-year old son to survive. Upon landing, the Player meets a fragile 80 year old man, represented by a digital human, only to discover demons haunt him for decisions made. Urging the Player to give him peace, the Player transforms into him and takes on his journey for atonement and healing... Love was the path to his personal salvation and hope his beacon of light that brings justice to his once ravaged country.


An immersive world created by rapper and music producer HAM the Illustrator that energises us all to become eco-warriors in the Munkination tribe.

Ella’s Riot

Norwegian Sámi pop-electronica singer, and Sámi and environmental activist Ella Marie Haetta Isaksen (23) takes a life-changing journey as she searches for her identity musically, professionally and personally. When a mining project threatens to destroy parts of Ella’s ancestral land, she fights with all means necessary to protect her territory, her people’s heart.

How to save a dead friend

Partnering with the European Consortium for Arts Therapies Education (ECArTE), the film has inspired a new initiative for Mutual Recognition of Arts Therapy in the Baltic States.

La soledad

A vivid and intimate account of the Venezuelan crisis told through the real-life struggle of a young father trying to save his family from the demolition of their home.

Seven grams

An augmented reality app by journalist Karim Ben Khelifa that offers an entirely new way to understand the human cost of everyday electronic products

A space in time

A candid, lyrical, intimate portrait of one family's struggle to transcend a fatal muscle wasting disease, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, which in turn becomes an unlikely celebration of the disabled life, the life cut short by rare disease.