The story of a groundbreaking research expedition down the Colorado River in 1938, undertaken by two female botanists out to prove people wrong. It’s a story at once personal and symbolic, with a narrative arc spanning over half a century.
The story of a commercial vessel that rescued migrants in the Mediterranean and started taking them back to Libya, where they had started their journey, against their will. What happened next is the source of much debate, and an upcoming trial.
The story, spanning 40 years, of the friendship between Cambodian Nhek Veng Huor and the American Cindy Coleman. The story is haunted by the spectre of the murderous Khmer Rouge regime, under whose rule “one in four Cambodians died”.