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  • Escape From Room 18

    John Daly, an ex-neo-Nazi skinhead, fled to Israel after his own gang attempted to murder him for being Jewish. Years later he receives an e-mail from someone in his long forgotten past. Kevin Connell, a former friend and fellow ex-neo-Nazi is on a mission to change his own life and make amends f...

  • K2 And The Invisible Footmen

    The indigenous porters who for decades have facilitated the ascent of the world's most extreme mountain
    K2 and the Invisible FootmenK2 is widely seen as the world's harshest mountain. Yet many indigenous porters make a living in its extreme conditions, carrying provisions for foreign climbing exp...

  • 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 ...

  • 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...

  • Dreams From The Outback

    Once, Australia discussed whether Aboriginals belong to fauna or to human beings. Today in the Kimberley, home to various Aboriginal communities, most is in transition, causing limbo and distress. Some have given up; others choose to fight to bring a change for the better to their people. Gabri...

  • Pink Saris

    Sampat Pal Devi had had enough of the violence and lack of freedom in Indian women's lives and decided to take matters into her own hands. She gathered like-minded women together and, wearing pink, they started storming the offices of corrupt officials, hectoring and beating abusive husbands and ...

  • 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...

  • Black And Arab - The Hidden Reality

    Nareeman Dosa - Saudi-born, and of Sudanese heritage, - grew up in the Arab world experiencing the casual racism that most Black Arabs face. In Black and Arab, she visits Tunisia, the first Arab country to have made racial discrimination a criminal offence, embarking on a journey to explore wheth...

  • 3 Cents a Kilo

    The day-to-day lives of three Singaporean cardboard collectors. 3 Kilos takes us through their routines and ruminations, showing us how they meet unremitting hardship with grit, humour, and back-breaking hard work.

  • 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...

  • My Blood Is Red

    Against the violent background of a genocide, a teenage poet and rapper struggles to define himself as a young indigenous man.

  • Idomeni

    Idomeni is both a place suspended in time, and a film shaped by scenes from the parallel lives of adults and children in the camp. The children do not go to school but live in their own world and take care of each other, having little contact with their surroundings. The film catches their bubb...

  • DanceAblers: Dancing On My Own

    In the midst of a global epidemic that is still spreading , on the subtropical island of Taiwan , a group of seemingly ordinary but extraordinarily independent dancers showcase their disabled bodies in the natural scenery. As in normal daily life , their dance is the posture for life and the chor...

  • 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...

  • Peter Plan

    Several years have passed since Peter decided to go and live in Plan, an isolated village at the Aragonese Pyrenees. Far Away from the advantages a city offers to a blind person, he survives through his art, rock music. Despite the recording of his latest album, daily life in this small village...

  • Drag Invasion

    In 2017, dozens of drag queens from the international reality competition RuPaul's Drag Race arrived in Lima and sold out all of their presentations. This is the chronicle of an unsuspected phenomenon that mobilized and empowered the LGBTQ + community, in a country that is still conservative, rel...

  • Night Life

    The gripping story of Reverend Kenneth McKoy, known to St. Louis as the Pastor of the Streets and his Nightlife Ministry's mission to fight an epidemic of mental illness and drug addiction while they actively interrupted the gun violence crisis within a city notoriously known for being the murder...

  • Pola's March

    Pola's March is the inspirational documentary film that chronicles Holocaust survivor Pola Susswein's emotional journey back to Poland. The film travels from balmy, vibrant Israel, when Pola is in an active member of her local community, to Poland, where Pola recounts for the first time her war ...

  • Back To Berlin

    Back to Berlin is the first biker flick-meets-holocaust feature documentary. Eleven motor bikers have a mission to take the Maccabiah torch from Israel to the site of the infamous 1936 Berlin Olympics, for the first Jewish Olympic Games on German soil. They will retrace the heroic journeys of the...

  • Blindfold

    After 17 years of international success, the blink skier Jon Santacana bids farewell to competing, and to what has been his greatest achievement, his relationship with Miguel Galindo, his guide on and off the slopes. This documentary won the Best World Cinema category at the Sport Film Festiva...

  • 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...

  • Our Territory

    Mathieu Volpe returns to the territories of his childhood, armed with a few feet of film, to meet those who were absent from his summer memories: the migrants from Northern and Southern Africa, gathered together for picking in modern plantations. With grace and humility, he reveals a parallel eco...

  • In Limbo

    On the streets of Denmark, trafficked men and women are exploited by transnational criminal networks who prey on their vulnerability with promises of a better life. Edward is struggling to earn to pay off the traffickers who brought him from Nigeria to sell their drugs. He has been coerced and ru...

  • OMG Oh My God

    1 season

    This series takes an inviting & insightful look at the spiritual teachings, customs & daily lives of families of different faith. Experiencing a vast array of traditions & social activities it explores faith through the eyes of youth, their families and social connections as it takes a light-hea...