The award winning films of Ellen Bruno focus on homelessness, Burmese prostitution, Tibetan nuns, health care in Cambodia, and other issues on the forefront of human rights.
Samsara: Death and Rebirth in Cambodia documents the Cambodian's efforts to reconstruct a shattered society in a climate of war, bringing a humanistic perspective to a country in deep political turmoil.
Satya: A Prayer for the Enemy documents human rights abuses in Tibet, focusing on the non-violent activism of Tibetan Buddhist nuns in the struggle for basic human rights and religious freedom.
Sacrifice: The Story of Child Prostitutes from Burma examines the political and economic forces at work in the trafficking of Burmese girls into prostitution in Thailand.Leper: Life Beyond Stigma reveals the myriad stigmas and misunderstandings that surround a disease that marks the bodies and lives of rural Nepali villagers. Sky Burial documents a burial ritual in northern Tibet where the bodies of the dead are offered to the vultures as a final act of kindness to living beings. To merge with the sky is a holy event, one that replaces the sufferings of this world with peace.
Here Bruno offers a good selection of resources, especially documentaries, on Cambodia, Tibet, and Myanmar.