Short film telling the incredible true story of a 7-year old Afghan boy's fight to survive. Official selection of 2017 BFI London Film Festival.
Multi-award winning film telling the story of a underground network set up to save women and girls from slavery in the Islamic State
Unique film going inside Paradise, one of the biggest brothels in Europe, to explore what life is like for the girls, clients and management
3-part observational series following the lives of inspirational people living inside Rio de Janeiro’s famous shanty-towns, the favelas, at a time of immense upheaval in the city.
As the Islamists of Boko Haram continue their campaign of terror in the north-east of Nigeria, this film reveals an unseen side of the conflict: abuses committed by Nigeria's security forces against the very civilians they're meant to defend.
A year in the making, this documentary explores the life and death of the British businessman Neil Heywood, whose murder led to the downfall of one of the most powerful men in China.
The inside story of the 2011 terror attacks in Norway told through the words of the survivors, police and the Norwegian Prime Minister.
2-part documentary series tracing the hidden history of how Pakistan gave support to both sides in the War on Terror, told by soldiers, politicians and Taliban commanders.
Single documentary that follows the lives of children in Jharia, India, who live, work and play amid burning underground coal fires.
Documentary telling the stories of survivors of a series of massacres carried out by the infamous Lord's Resistance Army on Christmas Day, 2008.
Documentary film following the torturous journey of refugees from Somalia, who flee across the seas and deserts of Arabia in search of a better life.
Observational documentary following the lives of an ambulance driver and police officer trying to survive the war on the streets of Pakistan’s largest city.
Documentary meeting the spiritual and not-so-spiritual gurus driving a tourist boom in Southern India.
Documentary exploring what life is like for the people of Gaza, from electricians to Hamas fighters, living under the siege imposed by Israel.
Documentary revealing new crimes committed by the Interhamwe, the perpetrators of the Rwandan genocide, with stories told by their victims and the killers themselves.
Documentary following the lives of right wing Israeli settlers in the West Bank, as their movement grows in strength.
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