The Radly Center is behind a variety of documentaries inspired by their projects.
Slave to Chocolate
While Adam was in Mali he began shooting a documentary about local children who were abducted and forced to work on coco farms. Adam met with several young men who had been recovered from forced labor in Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). The documentary is called “Slave to Chocolate” and follows the progress (or lack of it) made by major chocolate manufacturers over several years to address this issue.
Faces Of Unity
Adam is currently working on the documentary “Faces Of Unity” which includes a speech from Nelson Mandela about reconciliation (made on World Reconciliation Day). The film explores how reconciliation can be used by anyone to reconcile with people in their own lives; by politicians to create a less divisive political environment and how reconciliation can be applied to global conflicts.
The film also includes tributes to Nelson Mandela from Henry Kissinger, Sam Jackson, Jack Nicklaus, George Lucas, Ray Charles, Morgan Freeman and two former Australia Prime Ministers among others.
Haiti – A Nation of Artists
In 2012 Adam created the short documentary film “Haiti – A Nation of Artists”. It was selected as one of ten finalists from thousands of entries to a film contest held by MSF (Doctors Without Borders).