The Collective Eye Films Collection
The Collective Eye Films Collection is comprised of compelling documentaries that explore the untold stories of our time, building bridges between cultures and providing unique perspectives by exploring social, political, environmental, and spiritual issues to bring provocative and entertaining stories to the screen.
The Collective Eye Films Collection includes the following titles:
25 years after the end of apartheid, what do women in a South African township dream of?
Indigenous activists in West Texas.
A documentation of the Lebanese Civil War.
An action-packed documentary which chronicles the tumultuous birth of a new nation in East Timor through a never-before-seen perspective. Kirsty Sword, a young Australian activist, aspired to be a documentary filmmaker, but instead she became a revolutionary.
Elizabeth Liang is a Cross-Cultural Kid (CCK). A CCK is a person who has lived in—or meaningfully interacted with—two or more cultural environments for a significant period of time during developmental years.
A look at the intersection of disability and gender identity.
Beautifully shot and taking a global perspective, Blame Game explores the challenges but also the possible solutions - some very simple - that could reduce waste, take advantage of an impressive skill-set, alleviate poverty and help our environment.
Jon Reiss and his crew travel to Asia, Australia, the Middle East and beyond, exploring the local graffiti scenes and artists. Follow-up to the groundbreaking street art documentary Bomb It!.
Tells the story of contemporary graffiti, tracing its roots in ancient rock paintings through Picasso to its place in hip-hop culture in 1970's New York City.
The story of three women and arranged marriage.
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