Letter from Masanjia

A woman in Oregon discovers an SOS note stashed in a box of Halloween decorations from Kmart. Her story goes viral and leads to the closure of China’s barbaric labour camps. News travels through China’s firewall and reaches the letter-writer, Sun Yi. A former Chinese prisoner who had been jailed for his beliefs, he now fears for his life and his family’s safety. Despite that, he’s determined to expose China’s human rights violations, whatever the cost.

Badass Beauty Queen (Temporary Release)

Badass Beauty Queen is the story behind Miss World contestant Anastasia Lin using her beauty and brass to stand up against oppression internationally all while her family and livelihood come under threat. Full of glitz, glamour, and dramatic behind-the-scenes access, the documentary follows Anastasia as she gets on the front page of the New York Times, featured in Der Spiegel, Cosmopolitan, meets with the Dalai Lama, speaks at the U.N. and more.

Transcending Fear: The Story of Gao Zhisheng

Born in a cave with only stars to tell time, Gao Zhisheng overcomes incredible odds to become one of China’s top attorneys. The people call him “the Conscience of China”. But then, in the eyes of the Communist Party, his pursuit of justice goes too far. After speaking out against taboo human rights abuses, Gao is abducted and tortured. Secret police hold his wife and children hostage. In a heart-wrenching dilemma, Gao is forced to choose between his lifelong quest for justice and his love for his family.

Hard to Believe

How Doctors Became Murderers and How We Turned a Blind Eye. Hard To Believe is an award-winning documentary that examines the issue of forced live organ harvesting from Chinese prisoners of conscience, and the response—or lack of it—around the world.

Seven Deadly Sins – South Korean Documentary Confirms Organ Harvesting

Documentary produced by South Korean TV Chosun (2017) explores ethical dilemmas facing Koreans regarding organ transplantation. As South Korea has low voluntary organ donation rates, many Koreans choose to forgo the five year wait for a kidney transplant and instead, take advantage of the easy access to and short wait times for organs in Chinese hospitals…

Anastasia Lin: The Crown

Outspoken actress, activist and beauty queen, Anastasia Lin is slated to compete at the Miss World pageant in China-but Chinese authorities want to silence her voice.

In the Name of Confucius

“In the Name of Confucius” is the first documentary film exposing the growing global controversies surrounding the Chinese government’s multi-billion dollar Confucius Institute (CI), a Chinese language program attaching to over 1,600 foreign universities and schools around the world.

Avenues of Escape

Betrayed by their nation, persecuted for their beliefs, an impossible escape was their only option. From the Peabody Award-winning director of Human Harvest comes Avenues of Escape, a gripping documentary about escaping persecution in China.

The Journey to Tiananmen

On November 20, 2001, 36 people from around the world gathered on Tiananmen Square. Many had never met, many didn’t even know if anyone else would show up. It was a gathering both necessary and unpredictable. It is a story of their unexpected triumph in drawing international attention to the detention, torture and often deaths of the tens of thousands who had come before them to raise a banner on Tiananmen Square and proclaim “Falun Dafa is Good.”

Free China: The Courage to Believe

The award winning “Free China: The Courage To Believe” (2014 Oscar Contender for Best Documentary, Best Original Score and Best Original Song) tells the true story of a mother and former Communist Party member, Jennifer Zeng, who along with more than 70 Million Chinese were practicing a belief that combined Buddhism and Daoism until the Chinese Government outlawed it. The Internet police intercepted an email and Jennifer was imprisoned for her faith. As she endured physical and mental torture, she had to decide: does she stand her ground and languish in jail, or does she recant her belief so she can tell her story to the world and be reunited with her family?

Candlelight Across the Street | Legends Unfolding

Just off Oxford Street in London, there is a quiet road – Portland Place. There are lots of embassies here, also the BBC headquarters, and the Royal Institute of British Architects. In 1875, The Qing Dynasty Empress, Dowager Cixi bought an office building here. From then on, this place has been China’s embassy.

Tian Guo Marching Band | Legends Unfolding

Among the parade groups is a band wearing ancient Chinese costumes. This is the Tian Guo Marching Band. It is formed by practitioners of Falun Gong, a meditation group that has been persecuted and demonized by the communist regime in China.

Human Harvest: China’s Illegal Organ Trade

Documentary | Nobel Peace Prize nominees David Matas and David Kilgour investigate the organ harvesting trade in China and uncover one of the world’s worst crimes against humanity.

Aftermath of the Gunshot | Legends Unfolding

This is a story of David Liang, an Australian man who recovered from high-velocity gunshot wounds in a politically motivated assassination attempt. Despite his doctors’ certitude that he’d never walk again, he achieved the impossible—without surgery.