Afropop

February 2017
1:26:46

Omo Child: The Bush And The River

Expired 3.0 3 x
In Ethiopia's Omo valley, children are being killed horrifically under an ancient tradition known as 'mingi.' One young tribesman strives for change through education and adopting the cursed children but challenging tribal superstition isn't easy. As he battles to save lives, things are not all that they seem.
56:46

Black Out And Pangaea

4.0 7 x
Two short films: "Black Out" is shows how children reconcile their daily lives in Guinea, one of the world’s poorest countries, with their desire to learn, and "Pangaea" tells the story of a lonely girl stranded on a rooftop desperately tries to return her life to a state of equilibrium after she is separated from her family.
January 2017
56:46

My Father's Land

Expired 4.0 4 x
Exploring the life of Papa Jah, a Haitian gardener who has spent the last forty years in the Bahamas, building a life for himself and his children in a marginalized community. When his father is taken ill back in Haiti, Papa Jah travels back to his family's small village on Ile de la Tortue, to reunite with his father...hopefully, before its too late.
56:46

Intore ("The Chosen")

3.0 3 x
Offering a powerful and rare look at how Rwanda survived its tragic past by regaining its identity through music, dance and the resilience of a new generation. "Intore" ("The Chosen") is a story of triumph, survival and hope, and how the nation rose above the ashes of a horrific 1994 genocide, to become a world model of post-conflict peace and unity.
56:46

An American Ascent

Expired 3.0 8 x
In a few decades, the U.S. will become a majority-minority nation yet a staggering number of people do not consider the outdoors as a place for them. In 2013, nine African Americans set out to build a legacy, becoming role models for people of color to encourage them to get outside. They did so by taking on N. America’s highest peak, Denali.
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