Everybody's Children

Monika Delmos, 2008, 51 min 27 sMonika Delmos's documentary captures a year in the life of two teenage refugees, Joyce and Sallieu, who have left their own countries to make a new life in Ontario. Joyce, 17, left the Democratic Republic of Congo to avoid being forced into prostitution by her family. Sallieu, 16, had witnessed the murder of his mother as a young boy in war-torn Sierra Leone. Delmos follows them as they bear the normal pressures of being a teenager while simultaneously undergoing the refugee application process. She shows how the guidance and support of a handful of people make a real difference in the day-to-day lives of these children.

Of All The People In All The World (UK) uses grains of rice to bring formally abstract statisitcs to startling and powerful life.

Each grain of rice = one person and you are invited to compare the one grain that is you to the millions that are not.
Over a period of days a team of performers carefully weigh out quantities of rice to represent a host of human statistics
It includes REFUGEES

Central America

El Norte


Iraq Refugees

Iraq Refugee Documentary

Undocumented Detainees 60 Minutes Report

The New Bedford Raids

Burundi Refugees

Sudanese Refugees

Bosnian Refugees