1. Homofamilies, directed by Manuel Palacios. In Northampton, United States, live 600 gay families with heterosexual families in a perfect tolerance thanks to their open-minded leaders.
2. Army of the poor, directed by Jorge Iglesias: Documentary about the Grameen Bank of Bangladesh, which has awarded microcredits to more than two million people without possibilities with the only guarantee of trust, because its developer Muhammad Yunus, considered that women would be more responsible and combative for managing the loans.
3. A step forward, directed by Fernando Bauluz: Thousands of mangled by rail accidents in India can walk again thanks to the Jaipur Foot, a prosthesis made of aluminum and rubber tire which is shaped in 45 minutes and is the product of Dr. Sethi’s wit and tenacity.
4. Journey to the Heart of Torture, directed by Isabel Coixet: How can an international organization rehabilitate a victim of torture and alleviate the effects caused to the family and society?
5. Witness: cameras against violence, directed by Maria Ripoll: A camera can be more useful than a gun: a video can witness, test, or cause a revolution. A video will be of invaluable help to get the reaction of public opinion and governments. So, Witness, an NGO in New York founded by Peter Gabriel, provides video cameras to organizations around the world to bear witness to abuses and illegalities. With 5 people on staff, it has over 150 collaborators in 50 countries. Among its regular contributors are Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon.
6. Tinplate Children, directed by Miguel Bardem: Our cameras are witnessing a prostitution network in Nepal and we will show how these girls can be helped.
7. BlackWhite, directed by Achero Mañas. This story takes us to Ireland, where, through football and boxing, the Catholic and Protestant communities try to become reconciled.[ Cerrar ]