Rosana Matecki's Saturday Night explores the tango of alienation and inclusion in urban life as the director visits a dance hall through the perspectives of two immigrants.
An interview with Nuisance Bear directors Jack Weisman and Gabriele Osio Vanden on their TIFF 2021 short that observes polar bears and the humans who like to watch.
How many love stories can say they’ve spanned decades, crossed borders, and traversed genres? A tender tale of migration and belonging fuels Heidi Ewing's hybrid drama I Carry You with Me.
In 1990, Luben Boykov and Elena Pokova fled communist Bulgaria, saying goodbye to their friends and family, not knowing if they would see them again. “Traitors to Communism!” Russian KGB agents shouted
Every building tells a story. The older the abode, the grander the tale. The short doc series Behind the Façade, produced by Lantern Films, opens the doors of several structures that shape
“My body stinks of strawberries and work when I wake up,” says Ashley Solis, the teenager at the heart of the new doc Fruits of Labor. The film follows Solis and her
The small city of Gao, in northeastern Mali, is a gateway for tens of thousands of African migrants attempting to make their way across the Sahara to the Mediterranean and Europe. Considered
Director Luca Lucchesi’s documentary opens with two men, both African refugees in Italy, walking along the beach, discussing a paradoxical phenomenon of the town where they are temporary guests. “In this town
Spain, often a first stop for refugees entering Europe, is a country that offers an officially welcoming message to refugees that’s at odds with its relatively low acceptance of new immigrants. Director
At the beginning of the Turkish tourist season, Ismael and Hakan, two young men from small villages are taken on as apprentices at a Mediterranean all-inclusive hotel. In their first Human Resources