The award-winning film Small Town Pride (released 2021) is an intimate look at the joys and challenges of being queer in a small town.
A group of Syrian refugees cross a bridge near the North Macedonian border, outside Idomeni, Greece, on Sept. 5, 2015.
Yahya Khalifa, from Quneitra, Syria, kisses his daughter's head as their train crosses from Hungary into Austria on Sept. 8, 2015.
Sherine Khalifa holds her son in Vienna's Westbahnhof train station on Sept. 8, 2015, 40 days after leaving her family's home in Quneitra, Syria.
Men from Lahore, Pakistan huddle around a fire in a camp in Idomeni, Greece.
A man tries to calm a crowd of protesters blocking the border crossing into North Macedonia, in Idomeni, Greece.
Wael Al Farawan, from Damascus, Syria, cuts hair at the City Plaza Hotel squat in Athens on May 9, 2016.
Fares Kozie, from Homs, Syria, carries his son as they walk past railway tracks outside Idomeni, Greece, near the North Macedonian border, on Sept. 5.
Nermin Safi, in the Palestinian Territories, waves to her brother Ahmed, in Jordan. Ahmed is waiting in Jordan for permission to emigrate and join his family across the river, his sister said. He was seeing his sisters, brothers and parents for the first time in three years, shouting across the border as Christian pilgrims were baptized in the river.