A fascinating look at the tricky balancing act of third world activism.
It investigates a liminal space that, explored by a lesser artist, might leave you feeling dulled to the world you have entered. But Nabors thrives in such space—William’s world brims with palpable moral energy.
‘William and the Windmill’ is not the documentary one might expect… a more nuanced alternative to the inevitable Hollywood version to come.
Asks important questions about international aid and development.
One of the most inspiring renewable energy stories ever told.
A subtle but beautiful portrait... This documentary gracefully illuminates issues of black, white, rich, poor, hard work, pain, destiny, and dreams.