Al Jazeera’s pick of the most moving, beautiful and quirky short films from around the world.
The story behind an iconic poster that was borne in World War Two.
An Egyptian tour guide leads us through the neglected graves of al-Qarafa, where the living co-exist with the dead.
An illustration breaks down how much US tax money is being spent on wars and the military.
A city-building social-network game becomes a metaphor for life for one Indian couple.
An Indian wrestler tells us about the beauty and discipline of the ancient fighting tradition known as Kushti.
One woman gives an emotional account of her son’s mental deterioration and her sadness over who he grew up to be.
A young mother explains why she cannot afford to feed her six children in Guatemala.
Despite spending years in a labour camp, one comedy group from Myanmar is still using humour as a weapon of protest.
Indian animation filmmaker Somnath Pal explains where he gets his inspiration from.
Sri Lanka’s newspaper men explain how they overcame bans on ink and paper to report the news at the height of the war.