Cyber terrorist or freedom fighter? Little did novelist Ian Thornton suspect that the beggar into whose hat he dropped some coin would turn out to be a high ranking member of the Anonymous movement involved in major cyber-attacks. After years on the run from the FBI the man known as Commander X is now looking for political asylum.
A vibrant portrait of photographer Martha Cooper, who in 70s New York, captured the first images of graffiti. Decades later, Martha realises she's become an icon of the street art world. Her joyous photography having inspired the spread of graffiti around the globe, she reenters the subculture.
With exclusive access, The Rise of Jordan Peterson gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the firestorm sparked by professor, provocateur and best selling Author exploring the tension between free speech and hate speech, and the points-of-view of those on both sides of this heightened debate.
In this feature length film, acclaimed director Werner Herzog travels the globe on a journey to understand his friend - adventurer and legendary writer Bruce Chatwin.
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.
Port of Destiny recounts the drama of Colombia's path to peace. As Defense Minister, Santos waged war on the terrorist guerrilla movement FARC, hunting down its leaders and orchestrating high-wire hostage rescues. As President, he brokered peace—but paid a steep political price.
A mother and a daughter climb a mountain trying to cope with a past the mother has spent years suppressing. The daughter was sexually abused by her stepfather, and now she wants to understand why her mother didn’t notice.
This documentary investigates Burzynskis hidden cancer treatment, its successes and the decades of failed lawsuits the US government and FDA have pursued in order to try to silence him.
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.
Cenk Uygur's transforms from unknown talk show host on Public Access TV to internet sensation, with his show amassing a billion views. Hired by MSNBC, his uncensored views are compromised & he becomes the nexus in the battle between new & old media.
"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.
When Shawney was six his father bought 'The Manor', a small-town strip club. Shawney's role as struggling filmmaker and outcast son provides a rare glimpse into a family facing the consequences of their livelihood and dependence. Told with humour and frankness.