|Awards||2006 San Francisco International Film Festival|
|Plot||From the brothers behind the Academy Award nominated feature documentary GENGHIS BLUES, comes the next great adventure. In an Indiana Jones meets Mother Teresa adventure, three middle-aged men, former soldiers and modern-day knights, travel the world delivering life saving humanitarian aid directly into the hands of civilians and doctors in some of the most dangerous yet beautiful places on Earth, the front lines of war. Ed Artis, Jim Laws and Walt Ratterman are self-styled Knights of Malta, and in 1995, they formed Knightsbridge International, a unique humanitarian aid organization, whose motto is "High Adventure and Service to Humanity." Artis explains: "We're not there to change anybody's politics, we're not in the God business, and we pay our own way." Their specialty is going where death from land-mines, bullets, or bombs is as frequent as death from hunger, disease, or the elements. As Laws tells it simply, "We do what we can, when we can, because we can." Their personal convictions and courage drive them to places such as Afghanistan, Albania, Chechnya, Cambodia, Burma, Thailand, Rwanda and the southern Philippines, often when few if any other humanitarian aid organizations are around. The camera follows Artis, Laws and Ratterman as they take us on a journey into the heart of humanity and the soul of courage.... see Beyond the Call on IMDb|
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|Features the films "Beyond the Call" and "The Motherhood Manifesto." Also includes an interview with Jody Williams from "Nobelity."|
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