Children's Radio Project
Creating a community of young people's voices around the world as storytellers, sound effect creators, musicians, singers, poets, writers and actors, broadcasting a soundscape of their imagination.
The Journey Back to Now
The Journey Back to Now (formerly known as Landmines), is a documentary film that chronicles a diverse group of young circus performers from the streets of Battambang, Cambodia, as they seek to discover for themselves the horrors of the Khmer Rouge regime and the genocide that still impacts their lives today.
See You Yesterday
In Cambodia, as in other countries emerging from violent conflict, personal experiences of violence, privation, and loss often remain unspoken.
Hold Your Tongue, Hold Your Dead
The Global Arts Corps’ second production, "Hold Your Tongue, Hold Your Dead," brings together actors from Northern Ireland / The North of Ireland to explore themes of memory, identity, denial, and the disenfranchisement of youth in the aftermath of conflict.
A Snake Gives Birth to a Snake
A documentary about the Truth in Translation tour, a glimpse into the lives and minds of a group of South African performers who shared, listened, facilitated, and responded to the heartbreaking real-life personal stories of the human casualties of global conflict.
Truth in Translation
A play about South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, through the eyes of the language interpreters and featuring actors who lived it.