Our connection to our homes and to the people in our lives profoundly defines us.
Our ability to connect instantly using our phones, and the privacy that comes with that use, has lulled us into a sense of security.
The daily lives of forgotten Germans exiled to the Komi Republic, Russia during and after the Second World War.
The life of Reynaldo who every day fights four battles: against poverty, against social exclusion, against disease, and for dignity of his indigenous roots.
The story of a community living at the periphery of the mainstream society in Bratislava.
Contemporary cityscape transformations in China.
The volcano is a menace to the locals and it doesn’t want to surrender.
“To my mother.”
Three months of demonstrations and clashes in Kiev.
The forgotten family past recreated.
In contemporary wars women play a variety of crucial roles, and yet they remain invisible to the world.
In Australia, documenting the life of the oldest continuing culture in the world.