GITI - The paradise in the Hell
GITI - the paradise in the hell, is a story of outstanding people that showcases a courage of human being who made their fate exceptional when the humanity failed during the 1994 Tutsis genocide in Rwanda. GITI zone district and its habitats made a story, of being the only place in Rwanda where the genocide didn't happen by saying saying NO to the participation in the genocide.
The Half Truths
'Central India's largest forest, Dandakaranya, is home to India's bloodiest conflict. Here the government and the rebel army called the Naxals are fighting for the control of the forest. Caught in the cross-fire though are millions of indigenous tribals who consider this forest sacred. Forest of Punishments is an intimate portrait of several tribals are who are victims of the war.'
The Billion Dollar Road
Since two decades, the victims of the Six-Day War have been fighting in Kisangani for the recognition of this bloody conflict and demanding compensation. Tired of unsuccessful pleas, they have finally decided to voice their claims in Kinshasa, after a long journey on the Congo River.
An old railway platform, situated on the ‘iron’ route from China to Europe, suddenly becomes a site for an immense change. Hundreds of Chinese settle in the mountainous gorge of Georgia to build a fast railway. Global project gradually sweeps away everything from its way, including people, mountains and the village old platform.