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  • The War You Don't See

    The War You Don't See is a powerful and timely investigation into the media's role in war, tracing the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting from the carnage of World War One to the destruction of Hiroshima, and from the invasion of Vietnam to the current war in Afghanistan and disaster...

  • My Enemy, My Brother

    My Enemy, My Brother (feature documentary) tells the true story of two former enemies who become brothers for life: Zahed Haftland was an Iranian boy who ran away from home to join the army. Najan Aboud was a 19-year old Iraqi who had been conscripted to fight in the war, leaving behind his wife...

  • Lalgam

    Documentary that denounces the damages caused by the use of land mines in the Western Sahara and shows the lives of those affected.

  • Combat Forces - 124 Combat Trauma Care

    It is a documentary television series that profiles what young NATO & Coalition soldiers, sailors and airmen go through to be among the best in the world. From intense combat training to highly competitive physical fitness challenges, we flow the military as it prepares for possible deployment t...

  • Cries From Syria

    Covering five years of conflict, Cries from Syria serves as a record of Syria's brutal disintegration and the dangers faced by its many refugees. Incorporating gripping first-hand accounts from activists, child protesters, and a former army general who joined the uprising, this compelling documen...

  • Ambulance

    When a talented young filmmaker tells the story of his country with compassion, beauty, and warmth in an honest, straight and raw first-person account of the war in Gaza in the summer of 2014. Mohamed Jabaly, a young man from the Gaza City, joins an ambulance crew as war approaches, looking for ...

  • Mariupol - The Chronicles of Hell

    Mariupol - ruined but not conquered. The city in the east of Ukraine has survived the occupation, total destruction, and a humanitarian catastrophe. The story of Mariupol is an especially horrifying one, with accounts reported that occupiers were murdering civilians, and actively preventing them ...

  • On The Inside Of A Military Dictatorship

    “On the Inside of a Military Dictatorship” takes its audience back to when the military made their master plan for a so-called disciplined democracy in Myanmar and wrote a very scripted role for their enemy no. 1; Aung San Suu Kyi In a dramatic way The film builds the character- and story set-up ...

  • Gaza Health Under Siege

    Having suffered through three wars over eight years, Gaza is in the midst of an ongoing eleven-year blockade imposed by Israel and an authoritarian Hamas government. Gaza City is a zone of major tension, making daily
    life for its residents extremely difficult. Many public employees, whether they ...

  • Nothing Is Left But Our Tenderness

    A forgotten bridge, a house in ruins, a remembered melody: for many, the armed conflict in Peru at the end of the 20th century has changed the country. The Andes has become a mirror reflecting a fragmented memory that is difficult to reconcile. Nothing is left but our tenderness accompanies men...

  • Unknown Distance

    After five tours and ten years as a Marine Sniper, Sergeant Douglas Brown, alongside director and producer Gordon Clark, takes us on an emotional journey across America, documenting the powerful testimony of returning combat veterans - all trained with a deadly skill set, now rendered useless. Ho...

  • The Film Justifies The Means

    Inside our dark editing rooms, we discover images filmed by a generation of filmmakers that reveal the reality of a country in conflict. Five decades later, we recover fragments of a cinematic memory that refuses to disappear.

  • Soldier Women: To See If I'm Smiling

    Israel is the only country in the world with compulsory army service for women. Whilst in Israel this is taken as commonplace, the experiences of Israeli women soldiers are rarely heard. Six women share their experiences as soldiers in the occupied territories during the bloodiest period since th...

  • Another News Story

    Another News Story goes 'behind the scenes' of the news crews reporting the refugee story at the height of the European crisis. It takes the viewer to the other side of the camera and inspires us to re-evaluate our relationship with the global media and how we consume news. Shot across nine count...

  • DIY Country

    In Spring 2014, armed pro-Russian rebels stormed the city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. After seizing control of the city, the separatists held a referendum - labelled illegal by the US and EU - and independence from Kiev was declared. This brave documentary explores the origins and evolution of...

  • Ghost Mountain

    Family tried to flee, but ended up in an even more life-threatening situation. Without the tireless efforts of Non-Governmental Organisations and Government officials,who saved them in dramatic conditions, they would have been forgotten, like the millions of Cambodians who died. Decades later, wh...

  • Postcard From Afghanistan

    Comedian Mike King faces a stand-up gig like none other when asked to perform for American troops based in Afghanistan. King also meets with Kiwi soldiers situated in Kabul, Bagram, and Bamyan and talks about how they are helping rebuild and provide security in the war-torn country. During his jo...

  • Combat Forces

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    Combat Forces is a documentary television series that profiles what young NATO & Coalition soldiers, sailors and airmen go through to be among the best in the world. From intense combat training to highly competitive physical fitness challenges, we follow the military as it prepares for possible ...

  • Good Old Czechs

    During World War Two, Czechoslovakian airmen fought across the world. Defending the Allied Power's skies, they even played an integral role in the Battle of Britain. This is the story of two Czech men who served in Britain's RAF - yet on return to their home country, a hero's welcome merges into ...

  • Dugma The Button

    An intimate portrait of a group of suicide bombers in Syria
    DUGMA: The Button An intimate portrait of four very different suicide bombers working for Al Nusra in Syria. From the Saudi who loves singing and fried chicken to the 26-year-­old British convert who is worried about his new wife, this r...

  • About The War

    A reflection on war, on what the human being is capable of doing and on the job of reporter at the front. Fourteen years after recounting the conflict that shook Lebanon in 2006, Gianluca Grossi returns to the Land of the Cedars to confront a question that, over time,has become increasingly cumbe...

  • Kabul Just Before Darkness

    A Swiss Italian television crew was in Kabul in the days leading up to the surrender and was able to document the growing anguish of a society that feels the end of a hope cultivated for twenty years. Social, civil and democratic achievements, especially those made by women, are being swept away....

  • Undercover Jihadi

    Each time a young man leaves a quiet suburb to join ISIS, we are shocked. Why do they do it? How can they be stopped? And if they come back, what to do about them? These are the questions that drive Mubin Shaikh on his quest to stop potential jihadis. Mubin went from militant extremist to underco...

  • The Opium War

    Thousands of young people are dying from using drugs in Kachin State, Myanmar. When the government is not doing enough to crack down drugs problem, the civilians formed the anti-drugs organization called “Pat Jasan” which means “Stop and Clean the drugs” in local Kachin Language, to eradicate dru...