In the forests of Borneo, a native community struggles to protect its ancestral homeland from industries poised to destroy one of the Earth’s oldest and most biodiverse rainforests. This film offers a glimpse into the lives of those most at risk, the Dayak “people of the forest,” who for millennia have relied on the forests for everything. Their close bond with nature is being threatened as they watch the forest disappear.
In the wake of her home’s destruction as Hurricane Michael makes landfall in the Florida Panhandle, a little girl finds herself in the stressful situation of her parents trying to find them a place to stay.
Having spent a decade making documentaries about everyday Americans, filmmaker Andrew Cohn offers a compassionate portrait of two flawed working-class men that explores identity, privilege, and racial bias.