Justin Constantine, a wounded Marine vet returns from Iraq. It is a story of courage, selflessness, and love.
3. June 2009
Leprosy is not just biblical; it’s scarred the memory of man for at least 4000 years. Today leprosy is enshrined in our language as a pariah – one whom all of society shuns.
As of 1995, World Health Organization estimated that between 2 and 3 million people were permanently disabled because of leprosy. As of 1999, 108 cases occurred in the United States. Join Jon Alperye on his voyage to a leper colony and find the resilience, innovation, and glory of human survival.
9. February 2009
During a successful festival run, Aaron is interviewed in London about “The Fixer: Afghanistan Behind the Scenes”. In the film, Aaron focuses on Sami Sharaf, a fixer who translates, coordinates, and reports, converting an Afghans world-view into one the West can understand. After completing the film, Sami was held hostage for three months.