In WE LIVE HERE, these diverse filmmakers explore who lives in the United States. Often unsung and under-represented, these subjects are a key part of the American tapestry.
ICE doesn’t just separate families at the border. In the outskirts of Boston, three families face the impending threat of deportation.
Exploring the intimacy of the mundane, sống ở đây | TO LIVE HERE focuses on the lives of Vietnamese shrimpers and elderly farmers in New Orleans, understanding the reverberations of the past, present in day to day labor.
Bhutan is one of the world’s two carbon-negative countries. But, sandwiched between carbon-emitting giants China and India, it suffers from climate-related issues that have led to its disastrous water crisis.
When a genuine friendship develops between two Black women a generation apart, comedic chaos ensues as they encounter a number of interesting individuals at a bar.