Guantánamo Bay, and then what? After 13 years, Muhammad is released from the notorious detention camp, where he was starved, tortured and humiliated. He gets the chance to start a new life in Uruguay, where he'll get a home and welfare money. He has two years, then he'll be on his own.
Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin
When legendary writer and adventurer Bruce Chatwin was dying of AIDS, he summoned his friend and collaborator Werner Herzog, asking to see his recent film about tribesman of the Sahara. In exchange, as a parting gift, Chatwin gave Herzog the rucksack he’d carried on his travels around the world.
Thirty years later, carrying the rucksack, Herzog sets out on his own journey, inspired by their shared passion for the nomadic...
100 Million Views
With dark humour and caustic wit, 100 Million Views uncovers the truth about a platform that promised transparency and democracy, but hides an exploitative, censored and unaccountable underbelly.
After years making Youtube videos without success, Itamar Rose sets out on a mission – to discover the secrets of what makes a video go viral. Along the way he meets with YouTube stars...
The Rise of Jordan Peterson
With incredible exclusive access, The Rise of Jordan Peterson gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the firestorm sparked by provocative professor and best selling author Jordan Peterson after he took a public stance against trans human rights legislation in Canada in late 2016 rising to meteoric global fame for denouncing political correctness.
Filmmaker Patricia Marcoccia follows psychology professor Jordan...
We trace the roots of western governments love affair with torture. Psychiatrist Ewen Cameron experimented on his patients, funded by the Canadian government and the CIA , from the IRA to Guantanamo this work is the basis for modern psychological torture used in 27 countries.
Hua Ze was an ordinary Chinese citizen for whom a discovery of corruption led her into a hidden world of dissidents, citizen journalism, police harassment and kidnappings. As she begins her own reporting, pressure from the government is swift, and her world is turned upside down.
In this 3-part series we cross the Sahara, from West to East. Along the way we encounter the dangers of advancing jihadism, uncover the hidden world of slavery, expose human trafficking networks and reveal the desperation of migrants. All in one of the most inhospitable places on earth.
We chronicle the stories of those passionate individuals and their unique crusades to save their beloved shows – from letter writing or social media campaigns to crowd funding, and in the process give viewers a deeper insight into fandom, identity, and community.
Can magic mushrooms cure depression? Over two years we follow the first ever medical trial of psilocybin (the psychoactive ingredient in magic mushrooms) being used to treat a group of volunteers suffering from clinical depression.
A raw look at the infamous leader of one of Venezuela’s 'colectivos'; armed leftists who fight drug-traffickers, political opponents, and even each other.
The Andes - in all its diversity - is the spine of South-America. We traverse six countries, focusing on work, economy, health and migration, to find out how South America is doing and which changes are taking place in the continent some call an investors paradise, while others say is still a mess...
Scientists from Europe, the United States and Canada, many of them pioneers in the field, offer convincing evidence that play is not to be taken lightly. In fact, it has the power to make animals and humans smarter, healthier and more likely to survive.