Infiltrados goes under cover with those tasked with infiltrating FARC, the worlds oldest terrorist organisation. Mixing live action and animation, we discover the reality of life as a secret agent under attack from both sides.
A Whisper to a Roar
Whisper to a Roar presents the inspiring and dangerous work of democracy activists in five countries around the world – Egypt, Malaysia, Ukraine, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.
The film’s subjects span the full spectrum of democratic activists: student leaders (Venezuela); young professionals (Egypt); currently active opposition politicians (Malaysia and Zimbabwe) and a former president (Ukraine). These heroes tell their...
The Chinese Government’s brutal oppression of Falun Gong – a spiritual discipline based on the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance – is well documented. Falun Gong practitioners make up the largest group of prisoners of conscience in the world. Between 450,000 and one million are extra-judicially detained at any given time. All the while the Communist Party has initiated a nationwide crackdown...
Beautiful Faces offers a compelling look at one of the world’s most remarkable hospitals, the disfigured young patients to whom it offers new lives, and the team of surgeons, physicians, and medical professionals who believe it’s the best place in the world to practice their unique, life-transforming craft.
You’ll come away convinced that health-care can be affordable, humane, and excellent, and that every...
The Yakuza are a dying breed. Their members are aging and the government has launched a crackdown to eradicate them. But who are the Yakuza? The cancer of a nation or a necessary evil in a country with one of the lowest crime rates in the industrialised world?
Disturbing, powerful & emotionally devastating, Tears of Gaza is a brutal record of the bombing of Gaza. As one reviewer noted, this film ‘doesn’t take sides as much as obliterates politics’ demanding that we examine the costs of war on a civilian populace.
When money drives almost all activity on the planet, it's essential that we understand it. Where does money come from? Who creates it? Who decides how it gets used? And what does that mean for the millions of ordinary people who suffer when finance breaks down?
How Ping-Pong Saved the World recounts the events of April 1971 when a Table Tennis team became the first Americans to enter communist China in decades. These unlikely diplomats were about to reshape history and make a breakthrough of historic proportions.
During a perilous escape from Libya by boat, our protagonists become adrift, facing certain death on the waves. A sighting and subsequent rescue cause scenes of unbridled joy and celebration. They were short lived as it became clear that their rescuers had other plans.
For the first time in 42 years, a camera enters Southern Libya in what was forbidden territory under the Gaddafi regime. Rebels, smugglers and victims of the old regime tell their stories. The desert’s well-preserved secrets now finally come to light.
Not heard of the Security Prosperity Partnership? You’re not alone. It undermines the ability of elected representatives to pass laws that safeguard the environment, protect workers rights & control the economy in the interests of ordinary citizens.
Manila North Cemetery in the Philippines is a place of rest for 3000 people, all of whom are alive. Gravekeepers grow gardens around tombs; chefs cook up hearty fare in pop-up restaurants alongside crypts; and children play basketball in between school and funerals.