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  • Changemakers Identity

    Around the globe, there are people who dedicate themselves to making a difference in their community, and to benefiting the lives of others. Their mission is not a quest for money, fame or any personal gain. They are changemakers.

  • Changemakers Leisure

    Around the globe, there are people who dedicate themselves to making a difference in their community, and to benefiting the lives of others. Their mission is not a quest for money, fame or any personal gain. They are changemakers.

  • Changemakers Work

    Around the globe, there are people who dedicate themselves to making a difference in their community, and to benefiting the lives of others. Their mission is not a quest for money, fame or any personal gain. They are changemakers.

  • Changemakers Communication

    Around the globe, there are people who dedicate themselves to making a difference in their community, and to benefiting the lives of others. Their mission is not a quest for money, fame or any personal gain. They are changemakers.

  • Touched By Murder

    Following the discovery of a young Polish woman’s corpse left in a suitcase on a London canal, residents of the adjacent building share their reactions. While some remain indifferent or ignorant of the details, others are more deeply affected. For one woman, who shares the victim’s nationality, t...

  • Cutting Barking

    Marc Isaacs and his Editor David Charap, who collaborated on the documentary 'All White In Barking', have produced this behind-the-scenes film in which the director and editor reveal the ups and downs of constructing a narrative feature length film. Between the filmmaker’s intentions and the ag...

  • Lift

    When filmmaker Marc Isaacs embarks on a mission to capture the dynamics of everyday life in a London tower block, his original approach reaps wonderfully unexpected results. Setting up in the lift, he waits for the opportune moment to converse with the residents. By turns humorous and moving, the...

  • Changemakers Movement

    Around the globe, there are people who dedicate themselves to making a difference in their community, and to benefiting the lives of others. Their mission is not a quest for money, fame or any personal gain. They are changemakers.

  • The Natural History of the Chicken

    Through the use of re-enactments and interviews, eclectic characters tell stories about the role of chickens in their lives. Exploring the history behind one of America’s most popular foods, the film portrays these birds as being far more than just a source of nutrition. From supernatural stories...

  • Men of the City

    Men working in the City of London make money out of money or from its proximity. But what do they feel about their life and jobs? We follow brokers, a cleaner, a Bengalí separate father, etc. In Men of the City, follows the lives of workers in the City of London during the global financial meltdo...

  • Calais The Last Border

    While the British perceive Calais as the gateway to Europe or a place to buy cheap alcohol, others see it as the last frontier in the quest for a better life in England. This character-driven film follows the lives of refugees and migrants who have come from afar only to be stranded so close to t...

  • Philip and His Seven Wives

    Philip Sharp believes that God has chosen him to be a Hebrew king, and lives according to the Old Testament’s ancient patriarchal system. This former rabbi, his seven wives and numerous children all live together under the same roof, raising horses and running second-hand furniture shops. Though ...

  • Amazing Azerbaijan

    ‘Amazing Azerbaijan!’ pulls back the curtain on the glittery facade that this oil-rich nation presented to the world when hosting Eurovision 2012, telling personal stories of human rights abuses to which Europe's leaders have turned a blind eye. It’s a tale of two countries: one a shiny democracy...

  • The Queen of North Shields

    Josephine moved to the UK as a refugee from Zimbabwe. Her husband Michael works as a nurse in care homes and they send between £400 and £700 a month to support their relatives back in the village. Although they are seen as rich by their family in Africa, they live on one of the most deprived and ...

  • The Road

    Director Marc Isaacs introduces a diverse number of characters who have made their way to London, from all over the world, in order to seek a better life. There's a young Irish woman who dreams of becoming a singer, who takes a job pulling pints in Cricklewood, serving the generations of Irish pe...

  • Beauty Academy Of Kabul

    Sponsored by U.S.-based cosmetic companies, a delegation of American volunteers embarks on an ambitious mission to start Afghanistan’s very first Western-style beautician school after the fall of the Taliban. Keen to help Afghan women see themselves and others in a new, liberated light, these out...

  • The Condemned

    In the heart of Russia, in a forest larger than Germany 7 hours from the nearest city, and where winter temperatures drop to -40 degrees, lies a prison like no other. Holding 260 men collectively responsible for nearly 800 murders, Penal Colony 56 is unique: a prison exclusively for killers.

  • The Jazz Baroness

    The true story of a Jewish British Baroness who fell in love with the musical genius Thelonious Monk. Contemporary filmmaker Hannah Rothschild tries to uncover the real story behind her great aunt's sudden disappearance. In 1951 the beautiful married mother of five left home and went to New York ...

  • Shot in Bombay

    A fast-paced and furious documentary exposing the dark underbelly of Bollywood's tinselly glamour. The Mumbai film industry has long been rumoured to be associated with crime syndicates. The connection was publicly established when, in July 2007, one of India's superstars, Sanjay Dutt, was convic...

  • Joe Leahy's Neighbours

    The sequel to 'First Contact', this film follows Joe, the mixed-race son of Australian explorer Michael Leahy, in his rocky relationship with his indigenous neighbours. Raised in the highlands of Papua and educated in Europe, he owns a coffee plantation, on the edge of which filmmakers Connolly a...

  • Sons of Perdition: Leaving the Cult

    In one of the most hidden corners of America, the Fundamentalist Church of the Latter Day Saints live an isolated life, with polygamy still the norm. Men can have up to fifty wives and dozens of children. Teenagers can be expelled from the only community they’ve known for sins as small as listeni...

  • Revolution: Dos and Don'ts

    What happens to revolutionaries after the revolution? This is the story of Jiovana Navias, chosen by Morales Bolivian government to represent unemployed single mothers. Her explicit mandate was to represent those like her, some of the most marginalised Bolivians. Shot between 2007 and 2014, the f...

  • The Great Hip Hop Hoax

    With a major recording deal on the cards with Sony, Californian hip-hop duo Silibil n' Brains were going to be massive. What no one knew, however, was that the pair were really Scottish, with fake American accents and made-up identities. When their promising Scottish rap act was branded "the rapp...

  • 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...