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One of the most powerful non-nuclear explosions in history took place in Beirut, Lebanon. A country that hosts an estimated 1.5 million Syrian and about 40,000 Iraqi refugees – a million tales. The documentary „4/8 Beirut“ captures four of them and was internationally awarded as „Best Documentary“ three times. Further 3 Finals, 1 Semi-Final and 3 Selections were attended.
Two years after our critically acclaimed documentary „4/8 Beirut“, which documented the devastating dimensions and damages of the Beirut blast, we return to our protagonists. Beirut ’22 sheds light on the lives of Syrian and Iraqi refugees affected by the explosion. At a time when Lebanon is struggling with a deepening political, economic and humanitarian crisis, the documentary traces the hopes and perspectives of a community in transition, telling their own, intimate stories of adversity, trauma, hope and despair.
A documentary series of 8 episodes shot in Cambodia to introduce to the topic of textile supply chains and to the question where our clothes actually come from. The feature won 6 international awards, amongst others, „Best Documentary Cinematography“ at Lonely Wolf International Film Festival in London and attended 5 Finals, 2 Semi-Finals, 1 Quarter-Final and 11 Selections.
Set in the heart of Cape Town, The Human Condition delivers a cinematic snapshot of the current state of humanity [in South Africa] and its connection to the rising, yet mostly undiscovered fashion industry. The documentary series features five inspiring individuals on their journey towards their common goal of a more inclusive, just and sustainable South African society.