This diverse collection of films take us from Hungary to Ireland to Guatemala providing sensitive, courageous and intimate insights into the struggles and stories of communities and individuals worldwide.Emerald Warrior
Kyle Kroszner, Ireland, 2010, 7 mins
A documentary on Jay O'Callaghan, captain of the Emerald Warriors - Ireland's first primarily gay rugby team. Nine to Five
Daniel Gal, Israel, 2009, 17 mins
Palestinian workers face a night-time journey of high walls, rope-climbing, barbed wire fences, fear of arrest and even mortal threat to get to work. Hidegzuhany (Cold shower)
Orsi Nagpal, Hungary, 2010, 13 mins
Robert, a naive 17 year old and Feri, a Roma member of the drama group, are forced to deal with prejudices that have existed longer than they themselves.
This Chair is Not Me
Andy Taylor Smith, UK, 2010, 9 minso
Cerebral palsy confines Alan Martin to a wheelchair and inhibits his speech. When he gains access to technology that enables him to find a voice, his life is transformed. Change
Melissa Osborne & Jeff McCutcheon, USA, 2010, 23 mins
An African-American teenager grapples with his young identity on the night Obama was elected president and Proposition 8, the voter initiative to eliminate same-sex marriage, was passed.
Kids Might Fly
Alex Taylor, UK, 2009, 6 mins
A young homeless girl is taken into care. Set in an urban wilderness, this film is an offbeat and touching experimental drama about East London kids.
Sin Pais (Without country)
Theo Rigby, USA, 2010, 19 mins
With intimate access and striking imagery, Sin País
explores one family's experience as they are separated by deportation.