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  • A World of 3 Zeros

    Professor Yunus, banker to the poor, social entrepreneur, and Nobel Peace Laureate is globally recognized for his revolutionary practices that foster solidarity in finance and business and for his questioning of our current economic capitalist system. His innovative works have and are inspiring m...

  • Un monde à 3 Zéros

    Le Professeur Yunus, banquier des pauvres, entrepreneur social et lauréat du prix Nobel de la paix, est mondialement reconnu pour ses idées novatrices qui favorisent la solidarité dans la finance et les affaires, ainsi que pour sa remise en question de notre système économique capitaliste actuel....

  • Brick Mule

    This observational anthrozoological ethnographic film documents the lives of Nepal's working mules. The film finds a closeness with the mules; their sale in India, their journey to Nepal and their work in the huge brick factories of the Kathmandu valley and portering goods into the high Himalayas...

  • No Page for Dalits

    This short film emphasizes the religious or sacred basis of discrimination and one modern instance thereof, where caste members literally have no way to participate in the traditional Indian search for marital partners.

    Wesley Shrum is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Video Ethnography...

  • Masterclass on Participatory Ethnographic Filmmaking for Social Change

    Masterclass on Participatory Ethnographic Filmmaking for Social Change: Concepts, methodologies and impacts with Professor Michael Brown.

  • Severe Brain Injury Recovery; Shooting for the Stars

    This is an unvarnished video portrait of Doug Rafuse and Kelly Leblanc working on recovery from severe brain injuries with the help of Robert Hessian. It is constructed from home videos and family snapshots taken over the past twenty five years. It raises the bar for how people with severe brain ...

  • Rebel Angel

    Seven years in the making, Rebel Angel paints a portrait of the evanescent cultural figure Ross Woodman (1922-2014), Jungian author Marion Woodman, and their extraordinary marriage. Ross played a key role in the 'Regionalist' art scene in London, Ontario in the 1960s which gave us many of Canada'...

  • Calle K

    Calle K is a recently completed documentary film that looks at the evolution over time of an illegal squatter settlement. In 1978 Titus Fossgard-Moser lived with his brother and filmmaker/anthropologist parents in the Indio Guayas community in what was then the outskirts of Guayaquil Ecuador. The...

  • Ethnic Kitchen

    Ethnic Kitchen is a documentary about five women who moved to post-Soviet independent Lithuania from different countries, at different times of their lives, and for different reasons. At first glance, their life stories seem unbelievable, but a closer look reveals that it is something that could ...

  • Journey To Our Homelands

    In memory of Tommy Yellowhead.

    In September 2019, Nibinamik First Nation Elders Tommy Yellowhead and Stephen Neshinapaise, both born at Pinaymotang, were accompanied by a small group of youth and a Shebafilms crew as they travelled an historic canoe route to their birthplace. They paddled southw...

  • Molecular Chirality: A Scientific Documentary

    “Molecular Chirality: A Scientific Documentary” is all about the distinction between left- and right at the molecular scale and its importance. A wealth of topics are covered, ranging from the thalidomide tragedy to the search for life on other worlds.

    Starring: Prof Laurence Barron FRS FRSE ​...

  • The Sacred Bee - Part 1

    Designed for world religions classes but useful for philosophy, psychology, pedagogy, theology, chaplaincy, thanatology, spiritual studies, meditation / yoga groups and adherents of all major faiths, The Sacred Bee film series offers a ground-breaking paradigm that gently unites the world’s major...

  • The Last Refuge: Food Stories from Myanmar to Coffs Harbour

    More than 400 people from Myanmar have settled in the regional town of Coffs Harbour, Australia. Some of these settlers have spent more than 20 years in refugee camps. They have fled their homeland with little more than their memories and their stories. But these memories allow their traditions t...

  • Exiled Hopes

    The study delves into the emigration of highly educated Turks after the 2016 coup-like event. Distinctively, these migrants, rooted in family, education, and professional stability, were compelled to seek refuge, navigating the challenges of unplanned resettlement abroad. Notably, a vast segment ...

  • Le tireur d'élite (fr)

    Lorsque la Première Guerre mondiale éclate en 1914, le 90th Winnipeg Rifles est l'un des premiers régiments à qui on demande de former un bataillon pour le Corps expéditionnaire canadien. Ils ont été surnommés les Petits diables noirs pendant la rébellion du Nord-Ouest de 1885 par la résistance m...

  • Borderscapes

    Borderscapes draws attention to the complexity surrounding migration and the myriad ethical and political issues arising from contemporary border policies. It builds on testimonial narratives, empirical examples, and reflective accounts to unpack the entanglements of surveillance technologies, th...

  • Ignacio's Legacy

    The British film maker Brian Moser first visited the Piraparaná region and its different communities in 1960 as part of an expedition to record their music and to visually document their lives, resulting in the short film Piraparaná. Over the subsequent 50 years and in collaboration with the ant...

  • Front Line

    Nurses at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts, were on strike in 2021 for more than 300 days. At the center of the strike is the concern about staffing, specifically the high patient-to-nurse ratios that nurses say make it difficult to provide adequate care for patients. According to...

  • Why the Mountains are Black

    A team of researchers meet at Mount Çika, in an effort to document the dialect of the Greek-speaking Himariote villages. The area was subjected to political prosecution and after the fall of Communism in Albania, the region was marked by waves of migration. Today, its population has been decrease...