49 films Found
In the Philippines cemeteries are home to both the living and the dead, providing thousands of families with a viable alternative to the country's overcrowded slums.
Rodrigo Duterte's drug war rages on, affecting the most vulnerable of Filipino society. First-hand accounts from a wife, a mother, and a body collector reveal the unseen consequences of this crackdown.
Since Roger Duterte's inauguration in June 2016, his expressed desire to rid the Philippines of the scourge of methamphetamine has sanctioned the killing of thousands by police and vigilante death squads.
In the Philippines, one in five live in poverty whilst a wealthy elite control the political sphere. Yet a growing middle class with heavy pockets and high hopes could be set to transform Filipino society.
The Philippines is one of the countries worst hit by climate change. In addition, every few years a series of climatic shifts in the Pacific known as "El Niño" wrecks further havoc throughout the country. Set against the backdrop of one of the strongest El Niños on record, this film shows how farmers are adapting to climate change by adopting organic farming practices.
Filipino maid and single mother Mary Jane Veloso was to be executed in Indonesia with eight other alleged drug traffickers, including the Bali Nine Duo. This is the incredible story of her last minute reprieve.
It's one of the most expensive metals in the world - gold. But in the Philippines, child workers are risking their lives for it. This terrifying report delves into the dangerous and illegal underwater mines.
With family living in Tacloban, for reporter Kathy Novak Typhoon Haiyan was more than just a story. She returns to see how the population are coping with the aftermath, and if they're ready for a new typhoon season.