ETL’s initial documentary and focuses on the importance of fair trade coffee in local communities in Guatemala.
ETL's second documentary looks at the importance of micro loans to women within Chile.
ETL's third documentary highlights the plight of child-headed households in rural Uganda.
ETL’s fourth documentary, shifts its attention to the issue of human trafficking, particularly women within Nepal.
ETL's fifth documentary explores the role of youth led reconstruction efforts to bridge tensions in Bosnia and Herzegovina resulting from the conflict surrounding politics and ethnicity during the 1990s.
ETL's sixth documentary focuses on the social stigma surrounding individuals with mental health within Indian society.
ETL’s seventh documentary highlights refugee issues, both in the United States and abroad. The team focused specifically on the Karen population, a group of people who live on the border of Burma and Thailand as a result of a drawn out civil war and genocide. ETL chose this topic because of the misunderstanding surrounding refugees and chose this population because of the large Karen refugee population that lives in the Twin Cities.
ETL's eighth documentary regards Indigenous issues specific to the Sámi people, the last recognized indigenous group in Europe.
ETL's 9th documentary showcases women in agriculture in Rwanda and Central Minnesota.
For ETL's 10th documentary we follow the trail of electronic waste from the streets of Minnesota to the city of Hong Kong.
Stay tuned for ETL's 11th documentary!