In A Revolution in Four Seasons, two politically opposed young women fight to shape their lives along with the political future of Tunisia, the sole country to emerge from the Arab Spring uprisings as a functional democracy.
The Sacred City presents compelling evidence that suggests the holy city of Mecca is in the wrong location & the worlds 1.6 billion Muslims are praying in the direction of the wrong city. Compiling evidence from both historic sources & new technologies point to the correct location in this revelatory new film.
Shot over 25 years by Academy Award winning Director John Zaritsky, No Limits is a ‘7 Up’ inspired documentary that follows the lives of our disabled protagonists – Thalidomide victims - over the course of decades, revealing how changes in societies attitudes to disability have affected them.
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..
Finding Fidel tells the remarkable story of war cameraman Erik Durschmied, who in 1958 journeyed to Cuba’s Sierra Maestra mountains to interview a little-known rebel leader named Fidel Castro. A month later, Castro’s band of fighters rolled into Havana, and the world would never be the same.
Princes of the Yen reveals how post-war Japanese society was transformed to suit the agenda of powerful interest groups, and how citizens were kept entirely in the dark about this. History is now repeating itself around the world.
"Chávez" is a documentary based on the public and political life of the Venezuelan Ex-President from the day of the rebellion he commanded on February 4th, 1992 until his death on March 2013.
In 2008 the world experienced financial turmoil. Markets crashed, stocks plummeted, and financial institutions thought to be invincible, collapsed. Was the financial crisis solved or were the problems merely kicked down the road?
Following the horrors of World War II, there was a strong desire for a better world in which peace would be maintained and human rights respected - the U.N was born. Now, more than 60 years later, the image of the UN has become severely tarnished.
Sidney Rittenberg arrived in China as a GI at the end of World War II. Discharged there, he joined the Communist Party, and was an active participant in the Communist revolution & its aftermath, including the Cultural Revolution, Great Leap Forward & Hundred Flowers Campaign.
This is the story of the unhealthy meeting of two cultures: an indigenous tribe, the Yanomami and the western anthropologists who came to the Amazon to study them.
From the brewing discontent that preceded the Egyptian revolution, to the 18 days of brutally suppressed protests when success seemed far from inevitable, this film puts us in the centre of the action.