Stories to Share

We look the world straight in the eye and travel through its stories

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The circle is the infinite, but also the eternal return and the whole, heaven and earth together, the world
The struggle of a people for its survival
The home of forgotten artists in old Delhi
Here live the Wayuu, a native people of the Guajira peninsula, divided between Colombia and Venezuela, now endangered by the lack of water
Young hands and bare feet work in a shed made of sheet metal and broken glass

Stories of life lived

Stories to understand the complexity of the world, step by step

The search for gold in Burkina Faso is the new evanescent hope for young people emigrating from villages in search of a future.
The spread of AIDS in Rwanda is a direct consequence of the genocide that happened over 25 years ago.
Young hands and bare feet work in a shed made of sheet metal and broken glass
Walking through the streets of Uganda, one meets little girls dressed as princesses, fairies, and cinderellas. Why is that?
The Cartoneros go around the city streets hunting for anything recyclable that becomes food, and survival for them.

In the life of people

Ordinary stories of extraordinary people worth knowing

The Escuela de Cirabana Circus offers children and young people the opportunity to learn a discipline and become circus professionals tomorrow.
Boxing is a sport of the soul that helps you fight gracefully against the slips of life. This is Armando's story.
The circle is the infinite, but also the eternal return and the whole, heaven and earth together, the world
In the South African town of Edenvale, Little Eden is a large family caring for people with physical or mental disabilities
Argentinians and their strong spirit of belonging are portrayed in a salute to my father who left Buenos Aires as a child.

Guardians of traditions

Getting to understand traditions through their fascinating stories

A narrative of a personal encounter with Voodoo in Togo, West Africa.
Varanasi, the sacred city of India, turns out to be a gateway to paradise for many but a hell on earth for these widows
The Mapuche people's struggle to safeguard Wallmapu-the land, the sky and its newen-and their identity finds women central.
The struggle of a people for its survival
Every thirty years in the sacred forests of Casamance (Senegal), hundreds of young diola boys become men through the initiation of the Boukout

Places tell their stories

Getting to know the world through places and their stories

The MAAM is an independent museum where art and life intersect, complement and protect each other
The Recoleta Cemetery is one of the most important cemeteries in the world. Built-in 1822, it guards the stories and mysteries of its occupants.
Here live the Wayuu, a native people of the Guajira peninsula, divided between Colombia and Venezuela, now endangered by the lack of water
There is a square-shaped district in Tangail, furrowed by narrow, long, right-angled corridors: the Tangail brothel
In the floating village of Kampong Chhnang, Cambodia, houses are boats on the Tonle Sap River

Coexistence is possible

Stories to inspire sustainable coexistence among the Earth's citizens

These photographs are fragments of an intimate and personal journey and represent the author's view of the ambiguities and contrasts of the Latin American continent.
The High Line is an urban park built on the remains of an elevated railroad that can take you across Manhattan's West Side at a height of 9 meters.
Without names, without documents, without nationality, timeless. Free. This is the life of the Moken, the last nomads of the sea.
The jungle in northern Thailand, near the Doi Mod mountains, is very dense and difficult to cross. This is the sacred place of the Lahu.
The story of an encounter with a Mahut and his elephant Kropun in the jungle of Mondulkiri, Cambodia.

As explorers, we note the journey and what happens along the way

The second short clip on the road of the series is dedicated to the long mission of the non-profit organisation MotoForPeace in South America. We are in Chile.
Our task - as DooG Reporter - is to report on the women and men of MotoForPeace and what they will do in South America
More than a religion, Hinduism is a way of life, a philosophy that collects together the rules of Indian society.
One of the privileges of doing our job is to be able to tell the innermost thoughts of the people we meet.
An elephant strides slowly through the foliage of the trees, guided by its Mahut in an almost liturgical silence.
The first short clip on the road of the series is dedicated to the long mission of the non-profit organisation MotoForPeace in South America. We are in Valparaíso, Chile.

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