From long lost friends who use it to stay in touch, to the pick-up artist who trolls the site to score with women, to the criminal who tracks your every movement to know when to rob your house, the best and worst of Facebook is on display.
Call Me Dad
Can violent men change? Call Me Dad is a film that takes its audience to the most delicate and painful place inside a parent’s heart. A place where good intentions and hope are pitted against entrenched and tormenting cycles of violence.
For some of these fathers, their fists are their weapons. For others, words and manipulation are most potent, used as part of a sustained pattern of intimidation, threats, and abuse...
Shot over 25 years, No Limits is a ‘7 Up’ inspired long form narrative documentary that follows the lives of our disabled protagonists – Thalidomide victims – over the course of decades, and reveals how changes in societies attitudes to disability have affected them.
It is also a scathing investigation into the crime of the century, as a new generation of Thalidomide babies are born in Brazil, decades after...
Victor’s Last Class
At the age of 52 and suffering from terrible chronic back pain, Victor D’Altorio decided to end his life.
Victor was a proud homosexual, a lover of life, honest, and outrageous. As an acting teacher of the Meisner technique for 20 years, he was committed to living in the moment, and accepting all that that had to offer, however painful it may be. But after fighting...
When the first military coup in a generation ousts the only president the farmers of Honduras ever believed in, they respond by taking over 10,000 acres of the most fertile soil in the country and converting them into a worker-run cooperative.
We explore the difficulties of running an election in an undeveloped country with a fragile infrastructure. While threats from outside (including terrorism and piracy) and inside (such as factionalism and vote rigging) loom over the process, one man is tasked with keeping the election fair.
Can people find love through the modern “mail-order bride” industry? Or is the international romance business just a scam? Sincere and unflinching, Love Me follows Western men and Ukrainian women as they embark on an unpredictable, riveting journey in search of love.
Johnny’s abduction spawned countless theories & instilled intrigue in the millions who remember the first kid on the side of a milk carton. Mysterious sightings, strange clues, bizarre revelations & a confrontation with a person who claims to have helped abduct Johnny turns the tragic story upside down..
While we live in a highly sexualized society, the messaging around female sexuality is distorted and rife with shame. What we should look like, who we should want, what we should desire...who we should be, is dictated to us from screens and pages and people.
Greek and German far-right nationalists, including the Golden Dawn party, have paradoxically joined forces, promoting a fascist agenda while on both sides, antifascists have risen to challenge them amidst a backdrop of global recession, finger-pointing and scapegoating.
With changes in society leading to a fall in marriage & rise in divorce, is it possible that the institution has outlived its function? We investigate the marriage industry & costs of divorce against a backdrop of government incentives, the arrival of Gay marriage, rise in sanctioned infidelity & alternate relationships.
Europe’s wall of shame offers an intimate insight into the hidden lives of Sub-Saharan African migrants living in Northern Morocco and the efforts of the European Union to keep them from illegally entering Spain. The documentary also depicts the reality of the lives of these refugees across the borders.