From A Syrian Love Story, which follows a couple over five years during the unfolding civil war – development‑funded by WorldView.

Since 2001, our WorldView project has been helping to deepen global understanding of international issues via broadcast and digital media. By providing development funding, support and mentoring to filmmakers, it has kickstarted more than 400 feature documentaries that focus on telling global stories and providing essential human context to the news.

WorldView_webMany WorldView-supported films have won major international awards and received critical acclaim; 5 Broken Cameras,  Enemies of the People and Virunga (directed by Orlando von Einsiedel with Executive Producer Leonardo DiCaprio), were all nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary.

Visit the WorldView website to see tasters and information on dozens of feature-length films, including A Syrian Love Story (pictured), that tell strong and engaging international stories in creative ways. PMA members can also access the broadcast quality content by getting in touch with us directly.

“WorldView has offered invaluable support to me. It is to the complete credit of organisations like WorldView which, in my opinion, do great work that has international recognition and is seen throughout the world supporting core human rights and development issues. A truly vital and necessary fund in otherwise difficult times for filmmakers.” Sean McAllister, award-winning director

“We have been delighted to work with WorldView — we have seen them grow to become one of the most important international funders on the global circuit. The work they do in supporting filmmakers, nurturing new talent and helping projects reach mass audiences is exceptional.” Heather Croall, Director of Sheffield Doc/Fest

WorldView website