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  • The Singing Contest

    The bird-singing contest in Rio, which showcases the talents of curiós – birds that are on the list of endangered species. We follow the preparations of a bird and its elderly owner in the lead-up to a competition.

  • The Chinese Mayor

    The Chinese Mayor tells the story of the controversial Chinese Mayor of Datong, Geng Yanbo and his radical attempts at reform, demolishing 140,000 households and relocating half a million people to restore the city's ancient walls. Believing that clean economic growth from tourism and culture wil...

  • So Much, So Fast

    What would you do if you found out you only had a few years to live? So Much So Fast documents five years in the life of Stephen Heywood who, at 29, discovers he had the paralysing neurodegenerative disease Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease). Determined to live as well as possib...

  • Prisoners

    An insight into the systemic problems of the British prison system through the eyes of convicts. They recount how prison not only failed to rehabilitate them it worsened their mental health and hindered their return to normal society. A charity called Landworks is trying to change this, giving fo...

  • Only Me

    Paulie White swaggers through the streets showing us a snapshot of his life sleeping rough in Slough. Formerly a popular MC, his struggles with alcoholism and violence have rendered him homeless and isolated from general society. He says drink transforms him from the charming and charismatic Paul...

  • One Bride, Seven Cows or a Box of Heroin

    Across the world, girls take the place of goods in the economy, sold into marriage in exchange for everything from school fees to heroin. From Mei in Vietnam to Mujgan in Afghanistan, this film tells some of their stories.

  • Letters for Peace

    In Brazil, the Spiritist movement is growing at a phenomenal rate. Followers believe that direct contact can be made with dead loved ones. In this film, we see the work of one of Spiritsm's proponents, Fernando Ben, as he claims to receive messages from a deceased man. Grief stricken relatives cl...

  • How The World Went Mad

    The five-part animated series explores the rise of political insanity through the sociology of madness. Using animation and archival footage, these humorous films unpack complex ideas by using an original mix of satire and science. Each episode tackles a different aspect of the madness epidemic b...

  • Benefits Of A Toilet

    Loo'. 'Crapper'. 'WC'. Whatever you want to call it, fewer than one in three people worldwide have access to a proper, sanitary toilet. For women, this has particularly damaging repercussions.

  • Black Rio

    Rio Brazil is a city where racism and inequality are alive and well despite much of its population having ancestral connections to slaves and a 53% of its population identifying itself as 'brown'. Today, women of colour such as Ludmilla must fight to empower themselves in the face of judgment and...

  • Stop At Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story

    Lance Armstrong perpetrated the greatest fraud in sporting history, cheating, bullying and relentlessly pursuing money, fame and success. He had been the most successful road cyclist of all time, winning 7 consecutive Tours de France and inspiring millions with his charity work after surviving te...

  • First to Fall

    Tarek and Hamid were students in Canada when the civil war to oust Muammar Gaddafi erupted in 2011. Both men returned to their home country to fight against the repressive dictator, despite neither having any experience of conflict. Once in Libya, their experiences diverge - Hamid is enthused by ...

  • Rat

    Captures the stories of New Yorkers who must fight off, and sometimes lose, to the resilient rats that pervade through the city's sewers, streets, and buildings. Camera angles take the viewer behind the scenes of this phenomenon, beyond the walls, through the pipes and down into the underground o...

  • Office Tigers Meritocracy

    A four part documentary about an office full of young Indian professionals and the executives teaching them the rules of corporate culture. Set in an American-owned business process outsourcing company in India whose clients include the top investment banks in the world, the documentary offers a ...

  • Office Tigers Integrity

    A four part documentary about an office full of young Indian professionals and the executives teaching them the rules of corporate culture. Set in an American-owned business process outsourcing company in India whose clients include the top investment banks in the world, the documentary offers a ...

  • Office Tigers Accountability

    A four part documentary about an office full of young Indian professionals and the executives teaching them the rules of corporate culture. Set in an American-owned business process outsourcing company in India whose clients include the top investment banks in the world, the documentary offers a ...

  • Office Tigers Commitment to Clients

    A four part documentary about an office full of young Indian professionals and the executives teaching them the rules of corporate culture. Set in an American-owned business process outsourcing company in India whose clients include the top investment banks in the world, the documentary offers a ...

  • Killing Gävle

    In the city of Gävle, Sweden, there is an annual fight between local custodians and mischievous pagans for the spirit of Christmas. Each year since 1966, local business owners have paid for a 40ft straw goat to be made and displayed in the main square for the Holiday season. In 37 of those years,...

  • After The Dance

    After the Dance is a deeply personal film, by award-winning documentary maker Daisy Asquith, who unlocks a family secret that is still causing shame and outrage in an insulated village in County Clare, Ireland. Exploring the ongoing effects of her mother's conception after a dance in the west coa...