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  • Waging Change

    From no paid sick leave, to a reliance on tips in order to make a living, the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the many fault lines in the American restaurant industry that affect both workers and consumers. As millions of restaurant workers were laid off in the face of the pandemic, Waging Change ...

  • Slow Fashion

    Slow Fashion is a documentary that explores cultural appropriation of indigenous designs in Mexico by an international fashion designer and the way weavers and block printers in Laos and India are working with new sustainable designers, whose principals and practices are based on equality, not hi...

  • Mata Hari - The Naked Spy

    A 100 years ago, Mata Hari faced the firing squad as a convicted German spy. Was she a dangerous spy, whose boldness and sexuality threatened the establishment, or a victim entangled in a climate of blame and desperation as WWI dragged on?

  • Ganz - How I Lost My Beetle

    The Volkswagen Beetle is a design classic. Celebrated by the Nazis, and championed by Hitler, the Beetle's true origins were obscured by a web of intrigue, espionage and slander. This extraordinary doc reveals the untold story of Josef Ganz, the Jewish visionary behind one of the world's most ado...

  • The Game Is UP: Disillusioned Trump Voters Tell Their Stories

    A former GOP congressman, a rising Young Republican; a party-loyal Ohio farmer; a US Army Veteran & hardcore 'MAGA'; and 3 evangelicals recount their evolutions from Trump supporters in 2016 to adamant adversaries in 2020.

  • Inside Antifa

    They are faceless. They are nameless. They are feared and hated. And they make no apologies. Antifa is notorious for their radical and often divisive tactics - but what’s it really like to be a member of this anti-fascist movement? In the weeks surrounding the 2021 Inauguration, a group of Antifa...

  • 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...

  • Downfall

    On January 6 2021, the sacred symbol of American democracy was stormed by armed supporters of Donald Trump, unleashing violence and destruction and leaving five dead. Trump's grip on the Right's psyche was well-known, but nobody could have prepared for this assault on democracy that rattled Ameri...

  • The Money Stone

    Hundreds of feet beneath Ghana's jungles, sweat-soaked miners squeeze through tiny crevices. Considered outlaws by the government, these 'galamsey' are digging raw gold, feeding an insatiable global industry. As the gold rush draws both local prospectors and eager foreign corporations to the impo...

  • Russian Laundering

    “Money mules” are people lured on the Internet and forced to launder money for hacker gangs and organized crime. Apparently serious jobs offers which become a nightmare. The documentary follows the money flow from Switzerland to Russia.

  • 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...

  • Maxima

    An indigenous woman from the Peruvian Andes who cannot read or write, stands up to the largest gold producer in the world, US-based Newmont Mining Corporation.

  • A Gentleman Thief

    Vincenzo Pipino is a thief, he was convicted and has done over 25 years in prison both in Italy and in the rest of Europe and has expiated his faults. The documentary tells the story of this last gentleman thief.

  • 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...

  • Inside Facebook - Secrets of A Social Network

    A fly on the wall inside Facebook's moderating HQ. Banning its news feature in Australia, Facebook draws international condemnation. But how does the social media giant regulate its content, in an era marked by insidious fake news? This alarming documentary offers unique undercover access to Fac...

  • Pacific Capture

    How Chinese money is buying the Solomon Islands
    The signing of a new security deal between the Solomon Islands and China has raised alarm bells for some foreign policy experts, particularly in Australia and the United States. Among Solomon Islanders, there are anxious murmurings surrounding the p...

  • Tik Tok

    Lifting the lid on the social media platform that's taken the world by storm
    TikTok has come to define our perception of Gen Z. A phenomenally popular platform, more than a billion users scroll through Tik Tok's endless feeds. But there's another side to the world's most popular app. From racist...

  • Empathy

    Ed is commissioned to make a documentary intending to change the habits of society that are detrimental to animals. But completely alien to the animal-loving culture; he will realize that to carry out the project, he must first convince himself.
    The process of documentation and Eds conversations ...

  • This Little Land of Mines

    During the Vietnam War, the US bombed Laos more heavily than any other country had been bombed before. Spanning over three presidential terms, it was the largest covert CIA operation in US history. Today, the Laos people live among, and risk their lives to clear, over 80 million unexploded bombs ...

  • True or False

    It is the most serious scandal ever hitting the modern art market. An affair that has made experts and auction houses tremble and has re-proposed the ghost of forgery. The facts date back to 2017 in Genoa, where an exhibition dedicated to the painter Amedeo Modigliani from Livorno was closed by t...

  • 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 ...

  • The Neutral Ground

    A documentary about memory, monuments, and how to break up with the Confederacy
    In 2015, CJ Hunt was filming the New Orleans City Council’s vote to remove four confederate monuments from the city. A forceful group of critics protested the decision and fearing retaliation, no crew would agree to r...

  • The Great Awakening: QAnon

    The far-right political movement known as QAnon has taken off around the world, mobilising a committed band of believers dedicated to fighting what they claim is an ‘online war’ against corrupt, child abusing elites. In the United States, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has declared QAn...

  • Greenwashing

    It's a term that's come to the fore in recent years, as the urgency of the climate crisis becomes increasingly apparent. "Greenwashing" is a troubling phenomenon in which companies which brand themselves as 'sustainable' - in hopes of attracting green investment - continue to cause massive pollut...