A  priest transforming lives in Haiti

Dir. Jeff Kaufman

FATHER JOSEPH is an inspiring film about a Haitian Catholic priest who established Haiti's largest micro-credit bank for the poor (Fonkoze). Almost all of Father Joseph's 25 years of work was destroyed by the 2010 earthquake, but he is rebuilding with inspiring humor and determination. Bob Schieffer, of CBS News, said: FATHER JOSEPH is a very moving film. It is a disturbing, tragic, and yet uplifting story of the difference one person can make in the world.



Rights of Dominican-Haitians

Dir. Susan Farkas

Needed But Unwanted explores the status of Dominican-Haitians and Haitians in the Dominican Republic. Even though many were born in the country or have lived there for decades, hundreds of thousands of Haitians and Dominican-Haitians have either been forcibly deported or have fled the crackdown and legal uncertainty.


A Film on the Revered Ganges River in India

Dir. Vinit Parmar

NYIHA MEDIA is pleased to release the best in Indian cinema. In a beautifully shot non-fiction film, Director Vinit Parmar presents an up-close look at the pollution that has been an ecological scourge troubling the revered Ganges River in India.

The film delivers a rarely seen and authentic view of the life at the river's edge and the people struggling to compel change. With unprecedented access, the film brings to light an age-old industry of leather production in jeopardy, bringing in USD$4 Billion to the Indian economy at a cost of degradation of the environment and the health of the residents.