We dodge boulders at an active volcano in Indonesia, descend to a lava lake in Vanuatu, and visit acid ponds and geysers in Ethiopia. Travel across the globe to see the archeological ghost town of Pompeii, hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the ocean, and witness the devastating effects of the 2018 Kilauea eruption in Hawaii.
Searching for Nika
When Russian forces invaded Ukraine and bombed Kyiv, film director Stas Kapralov’s family dog, Nika, ran away… Determined to find her, Stas sets out into the devastation and documents his journey as he joins volunteers helping to rescue animals. Becoming a part of their cause, Stas films the trials and successes of the volunteers as he continues his search for Nika, which takes him to ‘Sirus’ Animal Shelter,...
Cyborg: A Documentary
There are no others like Neil Harbisson out there – at least not yet. As the world’s first officially recognised Cyborg, he is on a dedicated mission to design himself and to promote that right for others.
Born colour-blind, artist Harbisson has an antenna implanted in his skull that enables him to hear colour and, along with his collaborators, he tours the world talking about being a cyborg, and encouraging others...
Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age
In 2017, the #MeToo hashtag shook the world, sparking an unprecedented wave of sexual assault revelations in the Western world. Today, the storm of virulent misogyny is raging on, flooding our screens with harassment, defamation, sextortion, revenge porn, rape & death threats, and more. According to the UN, 73% of women are abused online.
Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age plunges us into the vortex of...
At the height of the cold war, US broadcaster ABC set about making a made-for-TV movie about the effects of a nuclear bomb on ordinary American people, little knowing the obstacles & opposition they would face during its production, & the eduring impact it would have once broadcast - both in the US & in Russia.
We follow a pair of Humpback Whales on their great migration from the warm tropics to Antarctica, via an Ocean Current that is home to thousands of interconnected species. As we cross multiple eco-systems, it becomes evident that the ocean itsself is the blue heart of our entire planet.
Formerly a well-known actor throughout Turkey, Rüzgar hoped he could lead a private life as a transman. Things looked positive at first – until he was outed on Twitter and suddenly Rüzgar’s journey is thrust onto the front pages. A media frenzy ensues, and the question of trans-rights grips Turkey, with Rüzgar the reluctant figurehead.
Ticking Time Bomb
We follow the Takata whistleblower and former engineers as they unveil a deadly corporate cover-up leading to the largest international product recall in history. Takata’s airbags have already killed or maimed more than 350 people and are on track to blast at least 2,000 more.
Inshallah: Hope in Exile
In a detention camp on Tenerife, migrants wait for asylum apointments that never come. Driven by uncertainty and the lack of dignified conditions, they build an alternative camp and begin to organise. We witness the lives of those who have begun their journey to a better life to find themselves trapped between two worlds in a bureaucratic nightmare.
The Fall and Rise of New York
The revival of NYC is one of the most remarkable stories in urban history. Once a failing city that by 1990 had over 2,200 murders and 93,000 violent robberies annually, it went on to be the revitalised world capital. As the 400th anniversary of New York approaches in 2024, we find out what was behind the Fall and Rise of New York.
The Watch Or The Time
We explore the ill-fated offensive in Afghanistan told by the foreigners and Afghans who lived it. We track the arc of America’s longest war via personal experiences, looking at the pitfalls of military intervention, humanitarian aid, nation building and the resulting culture clash.
In Canada, a number of public figures have been alleged to be a ´Pretend Indian´. In other words, someone who claims distant indigenous identity but upon deeper scrutiny has been accused of stealing jobs and opportunities from real natives. But why would someone fake an indigenous identity?