Hendrix Films produces documentary films on a variety of topics, ranging from social dynamics to ecorestoration.
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Abode of the Clouds is a film by Paul Hendrix and Megan Haagh, narrated by John D. Liu. It is the result of two years of reporting on the elephant corridor projects in the Garo Hills and is a part of IUCN NL’s What if we Change project.
Stone Walls Do Not A Prison Make is a film about the hopes and dreams of refugee youth in the West Bank, Palestine. The film was shot in the winter of 2009 in refugee camps Jalazon, near Ramallah, and in Dhesheih, Bethlehem.
Video reporters of the initiative What if we change followed the ecorestoration work of local communities and organizations in India, Bolivia, Mali and Bonaire for two years, leading to this feature documentary.
Educational film for the Dutch Red Cross, about the voluntary aid work that is organized on a national and international level by the organization. Directed by Megmedia.
Live recording of the finals of the Paarse Krokodillentranen project, during which several Dutch celebrities competed for the title of Dutch language innovator.
Inspire Dreams organizes yearly summer camps for Palestinian refugee youth, in which cultural and sports activities are utilized to enhance the children’s sense of empowerment.
Feeling Unsettled is a film about daily life in Dheisheh refugee camp in Palestine. The film was made by a group of teenagers from the refugee community near Bethlehem.
Cattle grazing was made by the inhabitants of the small mountain village of Sakal Aduma in India. In the film they illustrate the problem they face with free grazing cattle from a neighbouring village.
TYI – a film about water is a film by a group of people from the fishermen’s village of Aretika in North East India. Expanding coal mining up stream is causing problems for the village people.