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  • The Power of Play

    Lizards do it.  Even fish do it. The animal world is showing us why play is a serious matter. Through a combination of ongoing experiments, reconstructed experiments and guided observation. The Power of Play reveals surprising truths about play in the natural world. Scientists from Europe, the...

  • Who made You?

    Artificial intellignce is reaching our mental and physical existence like never before. The film leads us to the world of cyborgs, sex robots and androids. It challenges us to face our values, ethics and rethink our position. To keep our humanistic values on board with the development, we have ...

  • Artificial Immortality

    If you were able to create an immortal version of yourself, would you? Until this decade, that question was the stuff of science fiction, but now experts in the fields of artificial intelligence and robotics suggest it will indeed be possible. This cinematic documentary explores the latest tec...

  • The Good Death

    Janette is terminally ill and wants to die in a dignified way. Muscular dystrophy, the illness that Janette suffers from, has affected her family for generations. Janette's mother was wheelchair bound for decades, a prisoner in her own body. Janette refuses to wait for death in unbearable pain an...

  • Young & Afraid

    In 2017 Petter (24) decides to end his life, but at the very last moment, is stopped by the police. His best friend and fellow film student Sverre is determined to help and suggests they make a film to keep Petter busy and focused on getting better. Equipped with a camera, they search the streets...

  • Smart Drugs

    If popping a pill could make you smarter, wittier and increase your memory would you take it? If you wee a surgeon working 20 hour days and you could take a pill take kept you performing brilliantly, would you? We are on the verge of a new kind of over-the-counter drug that could change fabric ...

  • Inside Maximum Security

    1 season

    5 hardened criminals, 1 unique prison, in a ground breaking observational documentary. Singapore’s Changi Prison is a concrete purgatory, spartan to the extreme. There are no beds, no pillows and no chairs in the cells. A shower is done stooping above a toilet hole. Humiliating strip searches ar...

  • Gun Shot Wound

    Gun Shot Wound takes a hard look at routine gun violence in America through the eyes of its trauma surgeons. The film examines the crisis through a public health lens and highlights hospital-based violence intervention programs designed to combat the epidemic. Every da in the United States, an ...

  • Almost There

    Almost There is a film about time, dignity and the transience of life. Men retire in different ways. All of our heroes are looking for happiness, fulfilment, and some rest. Bob swaps his safe home for a campervan and tries to find the tough guy inside himself in the barren California desert. ...

  • The Children Of The Noon

    A beautifully intimate portrayal of coming of age in a Kenyan orphanage
    Daily routines mark time for the children of Kenya’s Nchiru AIDS orphanage. Delving into the minutiae of their burgeoning lives, it is soon clear that amid their cheerful patter, death lurks in the shadows, as they cope with ...

  • Golden Age

    Extravaganza and glamour lining up in an existential contest against isolation, slackening limbs and lethargy. With unique access behind the scenes, the Palace in Miami is shown as a buzzing and luxurious senior living community, repeatedly voted "American's Number One". The seniors live in a w...

  • Our Story - Tales of Intensive Care

    The recent global pandemic that rocked the world in is documented through the lens of NHS staff and patients in the UK, by Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald. With stories of resilience, heartbreak, and hope, marvel at the strength of our human race. (Docsville Studios)

  • Angel Of Nanjing

    The man single-handedly patrolling the Yangtze River Bridge to save those attempting suicide
    Angel of NanjingThe Yangtze River Bridge in Nanjing is the most popular place in the world to commit suicide, with over 5 attempts per week. For the past 11 years, blue-collar worker Chen Si has been patr...

  • My Promise To PJ

    A promise is made between friends where even death cannot interrupt the fulfillment of that promise, and a great adventure follows through love, loss, addiction and triumph.

  • A Russian Fairy Tale

    The harsh realities of growing up homeless in Siberia. Following the break up of the Soviet union, a gang of children from broken homes made a new life together inside the derelict buildings of a once secret weapons manufacturing city. In their childhood innocence, they thought they were living a...

  • Deep In The Heart

    Deep In The Heart follows four patients, Lisa, Ted, Greg and Pat, as they deal with the emotional drama of major life-saving surgery. It’s an emotional story familiar to families up and down the country: skilled surgeons can fix bodies, but it’s up to the patients to make sure it doesn’t all go w...

  • Finding Francis

    The award winning documentary film, follows one man on his journey to find the meaning of life, after being told by his doctors that he has one year to live.

  • The Middle Way

    The Middle Way is the story of Jam Alker's childhood of trauma-abuse, neglect, and abandonment-and how he tried valiantly to overcome it. Through interviews and archival footage, this documentary traces how Alker's tumultuous upbringing drove him to pursue false idols in adulthood-money, fame, wo...

  • 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...

  • Cosmic

    In the wake of COVID 19, students, doctors, and engineers from all around BC, Canada, formed an Open Source community to design innovative PPE devices and limit the spread of the virus.

  • The Nip Tuck Trip

    Why do we spend more time, money and effort trying to keep up appearances than at any other time in history? Are we obsessed? Or are we just trying to fit in? Follow women on a cosmetic surgery holiday to Kuala Lumpur, and find out why they go to such great lengths to alter their looks. (33 M...

  • Bay Street Healer

    Toronto psychiatrist Gordon Warme M.D. claims to be a participant in a vital cultural ritual, “one of countless rituals that give relief to humans...the most culture-bound of creatures.”

  • Dying For A Smoke

    In an age where smoking is becoming increasingly frowned upon, banned and distasteful, there’s one sector of the New Zealand community where evidence suggests the message isn’t getting through fast enough:
    31% of Maori deaths are due to cigarette smoking
    46% of Maori are regular smokers compared ...

  • Finding Inner Hero

    The breaking point is the making point. Through the lens of the heroes journey, we examine how each person turns tragedy into an opportunity to create more joyful and meaningful lives.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH CONSTANCE BRENNEMAN

    How and why did you become a documentary filmmaker?
    Exploring the...