Womb on Rent
The film follows the emotional journey of a surrogate mother from India. Right from the day she signs a 'bond' that puts her womb on rent, through her nine months of 'bonded' labour, the film depicts how globalization and modern science is instigating situations of parenthood that mankind has never confronted before.
On the Edge of Heaven
There are 24,000 North Korean defectors who live in the democratic republic of South Korea. They live like "ghosts" as the South Koreans treat them with coldness and unwelcome attitude. This documentary aims to question civil rights and equality on the uncomfortable truth of South Korea, which prides itself on being a capitalist democracy, through the lives of these North Korean defectors.
The Pad Piper
This is the story of a man who invented a low cost sanitary napkin machine in India which brought about the change of menstrual hygiene for thousands of women. Most important, giving them their dignity.
Sailors in the Wheatfield
The fortune of two farm boys, their hopes and their fears, and the teacher who guides them on their course for the ocean - in a school marooned in the middle of a wheatfield, five hundred kilometers from the coast. One is just starting out, and is confronted with the reality of a life at sea: the other is about to graduate, and if successful, set sail for the first time. For both, it's a gamble. This could be their only chance to leave the relative poverty of rural China and to see the world.