While political and social context is kept to a minimum, the darkly poetic images they capture speak volumes about what the miners go through.
This beautiful, terrible story is not easily forgotten. full review
Guaranteed to leave you outraged at the way children -- and, for that matter, adults -- are exploited by mining companies.
Directors Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani go underground themselves to expose a form of near-slavery instituted by the Spanish conquistadors more than four centuries ago. full review
A sobering day trip, more for its hints of a forgotten history of culture collision than its sensible but rote socioeconomic sympathies. full review
A study in courage and harrowing portrait of a 14-year-old boy who works in a Bolivian silver mine, The Devil's Miner is an unforgettable journey through hell under the earth, where Satan is worshipped as king. full review