Season 6

Vivre

A teacher asks his pupils what they want to do when they grow up. While his classmates answer lightly and with great fun, Tom a quiet 10-year-old boy slips away. When his turn comes to speak, Tom embarks himself upon a striking monologue. With passion, humor and bewildering maturity he describes three possible life choices

Auntie

AUNTIE is a middle-aged seamstress and respected caregiver in her rural Barbadian community. 12-year-old KERA is her latest ward and a special child to whom she has grown uncharacteristically close. Seven years after Kera’s mother emigrates to England in search of a better life, Auntie is confronted with the day she long dreaded when the

Passage

A
 twenty-
year-
old 
Haitian 
woman, 
Sandrine 
and
 her 
brother
 thirteen
-year-
old 
brother
 Etienne 
are 
being 
transported
 from 
Haiti
 to 
the
 Bahamas
 in 
the 
hold 
of 
a 
dilapidated
 wooden
 vessel
 filled 
with 
sever al
other 
immigrants
 in
 search
 of 
a
 better
 life.
 During 
the
 journey, 
a
young
 woman
 gets
 violently 
ill. 
A 
rule 
of 
the
 sea 
in 
transportin g
persons
 dictates


Deported

For three years, filmmakers Rachèle Magloire and Chantal Regnault followed members of a unique group of outcasts in Haiti: criminal deportees from North America. Since 1996, the United States has implemented a policy of repatriation of all foreign residents who have been convicted of crimes. A new life begins for these deportees in an environment

Boys of Summer

Winner of the Latin American Film Festival Audience Award for Best Documentary, “Boys of Summer” is a feature documentary film about the Curaçao Little League All-Stars, a team that has competed at the Little League World Series for an incredible seven consecutive years. Over the course of one summer the boys face injuries and obstacles

Stories from Lakka Beach

A picturesque village having one of the finest beaches in Africa, Lakka developed into the epicenter of West African tourism. Ravaged by civil war, Lakka Beach’s tourist industry came to a standstill. But village life continues; and, in “Stories from Lakka Beach,” the voice of the villagers—including a fisherman, a carver, a restaurant owner, a

War Don Don

In the heart of Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, U.N. soldiers guard a heavily fortified building known as the “special court.” Inside, Issa Sesay awaits his trial. Prosecutors say Sesay is a war criminal, guilty of heinous crimes against humanity. His defenders say he is a reluctant fighter who protected civilians and played a

Upaj: Improvise

“Upaj: Improvise” follows two dance masters—Indian Kathak guru Pandit Chitresh Das and African-American tap star Jason Samuels Smith—as they join forces for an extraordinary artistic collaboration, “India Jazz Suites.” Though they are from two different worlds, the two share a special bond, a desire to preserve their dance traditions. Directed by Hoku Uchiyama, the film

Doin’ It In The Park

“Doin’ It in the Park: Pick-Up Basketball, NYC,” explores the history, culture and social impact of New York’s summer b-ball scene, widely recognized as the worldwide mecca of the sport, where pickup basketball is not just a sport but a way of life. There are 700+ outdoor courts, and an estimated 500,000 players, the most