- An Inconvenient Truth – Une Vérité qui Dérange (2006)
- Before the Flood (2016)
- Cowspiracy (2014)
“Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret is a 2014 documentary film which explores the impact of animal agriculture on the environment, and investigates the policies of environmental organizations on this issue. The film looks at various environmental concerns, including global warming, water use, deforestation, and ocean dead zones, and suggests that animal agriculture is the primary source of environmental destruction.
The Union of Concerned Scientists has disputed the film’s assertion, which runs counter to scientific consensus, that the majority of greenhouse gases driving climate change are produced by animal agriculture rather than fossil fuel emissions. The filmmakers, in turn, disputed this response.”
- Food, Inc. (2008)
“Food, Inc. unveils some of the sombre practices underpinning the American food industry, exploring how corporations place profits before consumer health, worker safety and the environment. This documentary argues that industrial production methods are not only inhumane, but they are also unsustainable from an economic and environmental standpoint. Filmmaker Robert Kenner visits farms and slaughterhouses and witnesses first-hand the disturbing conditions that prevail, such as chickens being grown so fast that they are unable walk properly, cows eating feed laced with chemicals, and workers risking their own safety to ensure that these products are made cheaply for the market. He also interviews various players in the industry including CEOs, advocates, authors and lobbyists. For many people, the ideal meal is convenient, low-cost and delicious. Food, Inc. looks into the true cost of putting price and convenience over nutritional and environmental considerations, presenting the findings in a way that is engaging, informative and accessible to all.”
- He Named Me Malala (2015)
“He Named Me Malala is an intimate portrait of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, who was targeted by the Taliban and severely wounded by a gunshot when returning home on her school bus in Pakistan’s Swat Valley. The then 15-year-old was singled out, along with her father, for advocating for girls’ education, and the attack on her sparked an outcry from supporters around the world. She miraculously survived and is now a leading campaigner for girls’ education globally as co-founder of the Malala Fund.
Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth, Waiting for Superman) shows us how Malala, her father Zia and her family are committed to fighting for education for all girls worldwide. The film gives us an inside glimpse into this extraordinary young girl’s life – from her close relationship with her father who inspired her love for education, to her impassioned speeches at the UN, to her everyday life with her parents and brothers.”
“One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.”
- Le Maroc Vu du Ciel (2017)
- Persepolis (2007)
“Téhéran 1978 : Marjane, huit ans, songe à l’avenir et se rêve en prophète sauvant le monde. Choyée par des parents modernes et cultivés, particulièrement liée à sa grand-mère, elle suit avec exaltation les évènements qui vont mener à la révolution et provoquer la chute du régime du Chah. Avec l’instauration de la République islamique débute le temps des “commissaires de la révolution” qui contrôlent tenues et comportements. Marjane qui doit porter le voile, se rêve désormais en révolutionnaire. Bientôt, la guerre contre l’Irak entraîne bombardements, privations, et disparitions de proches. La répression intérieure devient chaque jour plus sévère. Dans un contexte de plus en plus pénible, sa langue bien pendue et ses positions rebelles deviennent problématiques. Ses parents décident alors de l’envoyer en Autriche pour la protéger. A Vienne, Marjane vit à quatorze ans sa deuxième révolution : l’adolescence, la liberté, les vertiges de l’amour mais aussi l’exil, la solitude et la différence.”
- The Red Pill (2017)
“When feminist filmmaker Cassie Jaye sets out to document the mysterious and polarizing world of the Men’s Rights Movement, she begins to question her own beliefs. Jaye had only heard about the Men’s Rights Movement as being a misogynist hate-group aiming to turn back the clock on women’s rights, but when she spends a year filming the leaders and followers within the movement, she learns the various ways men are disadvantaged and discriminated against. The Red Pill challenges the audience to pull back the veil, question societal norms, and expose themselves to an alternate perspective on gender equality, power and privilege.”
- The Square (2013)
“The Egyptian Revolution has been an ongoing rollercoaster over the past two and a half years. Through the news, we only get a glimpse of the bloodiest battle, an election, or a million man march. At the beginning of July 2013, we witnessed the second president deposed within the space of three years. The Square is an immersive experience, transporting the viewer deeply into the intense emotional drama and personal stories behind the news. It is the inspirational story of young people claiming their rights, struggling through multiple forces, in the fight to create a society of conscience.”
- What The Health (2017)
“What the Health is the groundbreaking follow-up film from the creators of the award-winning documentary Cowspiracy. The film exposes the collusion and corruption in government and big business that is costing us trillions of healthcare dollars, and keeping us sick.
What The Health is a surprising, and at times hilarious, investigative documentary that will be an eye-opener for everyone concerned about our nation’s health and how big business influences it.”
- Who’s Afraid of Machiavelli?
- 475: When Marriage Becomes a Punishment (2013)
- 475: Trêve de Silence (2013)
“Dans la ville de Casablanca, Hind Bensari réalise un web-documentaire évoquant la question du viol et sa perception par la société marocaine, hommes et femmes confondus, jeunes et moins jeunes. Alors qu’un premier web-documentaire 475 : When marriage becomes a punishment, traitait de l’affaire Amina Filali, jeune femme de 15 ans violée et mariée à son violeur, ce deuxième film analyse le même phénomène, cette fois de manière plus générale, avec de nombreux témoignages, notamment de victimes, de chercheurs, de lycéens, et autres. Hind Bensari, montre ainsi les contradictions dont souffre notre société, la punition qu’elle inflige aux victimes de viol à travers des témoignages poignants, souvent inattendus… Elle met également en relief l’obsolescence de la justice marocaine.”