Hundreds of Thousands

In HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS, a family reeling from the unjust incarceration of an ailing mentally ill loved one, calls on their faith and the strength of community to right a systemic wrong. Music, love and creativity are used to permeate the isolation of a solitary confinement cell, and a public performance on prison grounds is used to challenge the state to do better.


Kati Kati

When Kaleche wakes up in the middle of the wilderness, she has no idea why or how she got there. She makes her way to Kati Kati where she meets a motley crew living under the leadership of Thoma. As Kaleche strikes up a quick friendship with him, she discovers that Thoma is a very special person at this mysterious place: Kati Kati is inhabited by the souls of dead people waiting for redemption.



This April, WORLD mirrors the season with a sense of hope and renewal – preview what’s to come this month.

A new season of AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange starts April 1 with Commuted, the story of how Danielle Metz sought to rebuild her life after her triple-life sentence was commuted.

This film continues our Liberated Lives collection, which will also feature What These Walls Won’t Hold (April 11) and Hundreds of Thousands (April 18) this month. Plus, an Earth Day (April 22) double feature explores controlled cultural burning in California with Fire Tender and flooding in North Carolina with Freedom Hill.

And catch new Stories from the Stage with In an Instant (April 1), Turning Point (April 8), Nine-to-Five (April 15) and Life Is a Laugh (April 29).

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AfroPoP, Liberated Lives & Our Climate-Changing World: What to Watch in April

This month, WORLD features a new season of AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange, more new films about returning citizens for Liberated Lives, and an Earth Day double feature exploring controlled cultural burning in California and flooding in North Carolina. Uniting themes of justice, redemption and forward progress, WORLD mirrors the spring season with films representing hope and renewal.

Liberated Lives

Liberated Lives, a compelling curated collection from WORLD, showcases stories of individuals transitioning from incarceration to reintegration. Highlighting resilience, transformation, and the journey toward redemption, it's more than a series of documentaries – it's a movement that amplifies the voices of those often marginalized and encourages viewers to recognize their role in our democracy.

My Home Is Here

How do we define "home"? From stories of rural communities striving to be seen to explorations of what it means to feel at home, explore the economic, environmental and social issues that affect ways of life across the nation. From the heartland of America to Native lands, from the unacknowledged to the underserved, who are the people facing critical challenges and changes while fighting for a place to call home?

Our World

WORLD Channel spotlights stories of climate change and environmental conservation from Southeast Louisiana to Aotearoa, New Zealand to the Arctic Circle. What action can you make today to create positive change for your community and the planet as a whole?

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