How the Tesoro Escondido Reserve goes beyond it's original mission of saving the rare brown-headed spider monkey. Part of Al Jazeera's Women Make Science series.
Inside Hungary's far right. Part of Al Jazeera's Radicalised Youth series.
The renters unions fighting landlords for tenants rights. For the Channel 4 News Film Fund.
A team of scientists is building a sanctuary in Greece for dolphins released from captivity, the first of its kind. Part of Al Jazeera's Women Make Science series.
Trying to tackle sexual violence in Sierra Leone, one man teaches men how to be better husbands. Produced for the award winning ob doc strand Witness, Al Jazeera English.
A journalist investigates land disputes in the Amazon and how Brazil's government uses misinformation as a smokescreen. Part of Al Jazeera's series Whose Truth is it Anyway?
Palestinian architect Sandi Hilal explores how Syrians in the snowy far north of Sweden are changing the dynamics of power between refugees and their host communities. Exhibition film for ArkDes, Sweden.
The Athens homelessness tour, run by those who live it, shows how austerity has hit the vulnerable the hardest. For the Channel 4 News Film Fund.
Why do school shootings keep happening in the USA? We visit Parkland, Florida to find out. Part of Al Jazeera's Radicalised Youth Series.
How McDonald's workers on zero-hours contracts are getting organised and striking back against their precarity. For the Channel 4 News Film Fund.
Marita Cheng built a tech company to help disabled people's lives easier and we follow the development of the Jevaroo, her most ambitious project yet. Part of Al Jazeera's Women Make Science series.
Dr Mohamedou asks if our current obsession with security is making us less safe. Part of Al Jazeera's Radicalised Youth series.
How the Latin American community in North London are fighting to save the indoor market that is an essential part of their community. For Channel 4 News Film Fund.