Juma, an ambitious young Kenyan with a big smile but no job, is looking for a way to escape his homeland and make his way to Europe. He meets a 50-year-old British tourist, who is looking for an exciting vacation. The two of them spend a passionate week together and for a moment they seem to delude themselves that their story will end happily ever after.
They threw him in prison, torched his house and killed his mother, but they never managed to shut him up. Fela Kuti, the famous Nigerian singer, was a wild, impassioned, uninhibited revolutionary, who happened to be incredibly talented. This sketch of the man is set against a great soundtrack and some very personal photos.
A vast and violent labyrinth lies right in the heart of Tel Aviv. It is the Central Bus Station. Around it live thousands of refugees, a second generation of guest workers, and impoverished Jewish families who feel like strangers in their homes. This labyrinth is at the center of their lives.
Nelson Mandela: The Myth & Me
How did Nelson Mandela forgive the people who persecuted, imprisoned him, and was that forgiveness appropriate? Does the symbol that he became overshadow the reality of a harsh life, which is still the fate of so many in South Africa? This very personal film, which includes interviews with world leaders, attempts to investigate the myth of Mandela.
Plot for Peace
How did Jean-Yves Ollivier convince statesmen and diplomats, generals, spies and freedom fighters from across the region to cross borders, redeploy troops, overcome distrust and bring about the collapse of the apartheid regime? This is the untold story of how Nelson Mandela became President of South Africa.
Sound Of Torture
Thousands of Eritreans have been kidnapped by Bedouin smugglers over the past few years, trying to make their way to Israel. They are tortured and forced to call their families to pressure them to pay a ransom. Meron Estefanos, an Eritrean journalist and activist, interviews prisoners on her radio show and tries to save their lives.