POLO Stories is a global nonprofit film production platform dedicated to amplifying transformative stories about inspiring women. We produce and disseminate documentaries focused on entrepreneurship, education, and art, emphasizing social impact. Our target is to film a story in every country of the world, prioritizing low and middle-income nations.

We have told 10 stories so far;

190 still to go!
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Ella, el Agua - Argentina

G for Georgia -

Echoes from the
Himalayas - Nepal



The trailer of

Two Trains

Filmed in India

Hasina Kharbhih is an Indian activist that has risked her life since the age of 17 to free women and children from human trafficking.

The trailer of

El Laboratorio del Espíritu

Filmed in Colombia

Gloria and Mirella, victims of the war against Pablo Escobar, are nowadays revolutionizing the way young people in Medellín live.

The trailer of

The Caravan of Joy & Tears

Filmed in South Africa

Ncazelo worked for Nelson Mandela and is now using extraordinary approaches to help entire communities combat gender-based violence.

The trailer of

G for Georgia

Filmed in Georgia

Five inspiring women are transforming Georgia, steering the country towards modern times in the most colorful way.

The trailer of

Painting the Walled City of Lahore

Filmed in Pakistan

Zerka is transforming a red light area of Lahore, Pakistan, and bringing light where there were shadows before.

The trailer of

Echoes from the Himalayas

Filmed in Nepal

Pushpa, the first ethnomusicologist of Nepal, is exploring every corner of the Himalayas in search of the most ancestral music in her country.

The trailer of


Filmed in Great Britain

Lucy Guest, an Oxford graduate from a well-established British family, leaves everything behind to invent a new life in India supporting poor children.

The trailer of


Filmed in Turkey

Sidika and Inci are the first female composer and conductor in Turkish history. Thanks to them the conservatory had to open its doors for women to study.

The trailer of

The Return of Nefertiti

Filmed in Egypt

Monica Hanna discovered how the bust of Nefertiti was sneaked out of Egypt to Berlin and for years the Egyptian government is claiming its repatriation.

The trailer of

Ella, el Agua.

Filmed in Argentina

Laura Babahekian films underwater in the most divergent way, bringing that unknown world closer to humans in an attempt to protect that fragile ecosystem.

The trailer of


Filmed in Indonesia

Farwiza Farhan is a well-known conservationist in Indonesia that is breaking all stereotypes in a conservative Islamic society.