The Children of Ibdaa: To Create Something Out of Nothing (30 min. 2002) is about a Palestinian children's dance troupe from a West Bank refugee camp who use their performance to express the history, struggle, and aspirations of the Palestinian people. It has screened worldwide through film festivals, television, and educational and activist forums. It has won numerous awards. Smith chronicled the Ibdaa dance troupe during the troupes' two United States performance tours. An Ibdaa Dance Troupe Performance video of the show is available through the Middle East Children's Alliance (www.mecaforpeace.org). Proceeds support the Dheisheh refugee camp community.
Greetings From Palestine is a follow-up feature to Ibdaa and examines the day-to-day challenges of refugee camp life under military occupation.
Singing the Milky Way is about elder Aboriginal artists in Australia passing down their culture and heritage through their painting.
Return to Dakto chronicles 5 Vietnam Veterans as they return to Vietnam for the first time since the war.
The Peace Belt is a project that promotes world peace through the arts and acts of peace-promoting expression.