1. Boses Upos - former chain smokers sound like robots after their cancerous vocal chords are surgically removed.
2. Papa, Papa, Paano Ako Ginawa? - Howie searches for ways to explain the sensitive topic of sexuality to his young son.
3. Biyaheng Sikmura - there is such a thing as a free lunch (and dinner and breakfast) for a group of beggars who rely on feeding
programs for survival.
4. Promdi City - in a unique social experiment, Kara discovers what it's like to live in a remote relocation after years in the big city.
5. Batang Kalabaw - children as young as six years old work as "beasts of burden" - carrying logs on their backs down the mountainside. Winner, 2008 ABU CASBAA UNICEF Child Rights Award Certificate for Creative Excellence, 2008 US Inetrnational Film and Video Festival Best Adult Educational Cultural Program, 2008 Catholic Mass Media Awards
6. Batang Langoy - Jay joins the children of Magalumbi island, who swim two kilometers through the open sea just to get to school.
7. Iskul Ko No. 1 - who would ever think that the country's number one elementary school is located on a mountaintop in one of our poorest provinces? Silver World Medal, 2008 New York Festivals Silver Screen Award, 2008 US International Film and Video Festival Best TV Feature on Youth and Education, 2008 La Sallian Scholarum Awards Best Adult Educational-Cultural Program, 2008 Catholic Mass Media Awards
8. Nanay na si Nene - Sandra meets very young mothers and mothers-to-be, and learns the difficulties they face having children at their age.