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  • The Man Who Knew Too Much

    A documentary film about Colin Wallace an intelligence officer who blew the whistle on fake news and was framed for a murder. The Man Who Knew Too Much is a documentary film by Michael Oswald about Colin Wallace, a former Military Intelligence Officer involved in psychological operations in Nort...

  • 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 ...

  • A Social Cure

    The true story of the highly successful South African social media campaign to combat AIDS

  • 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...

  • The Origin Of Species

    Abigail Child has been at the vanguard of experimental media since the 1980s. In her latest project, she offers viewers an eerie look into the present and future of AI, through the perspectives of scientists, entrepreneurs and a Black lesbian robot. Child’s thought-provoking film considers the em...

  • 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...

  • Pushing The Boundaries - The Mavis Bramston Show

    In 1964 Carol Raye became the first female television executive in Australia when she created The Mavis Bramston Show which boldly tackled subjects such as sexuality, politics, religion, women's rights add racism. Nothing was sacred.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH STEPHAN WELLINK

    How and why did you ...

  • 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...

  • Circuits of Care

    By 2036, one in three people in Japan will be over the age of 65. While the nation wrestles with a shrinking labour force, the Robot Revolution Initiative was launched to expand robotics into every corner of Japanese economy and society. Circuits of Care follows anthropologist David Prendergast a...

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • Ubiquity

    What if WiFi was a killer? Wireless networks are the connectivity tissue of modern life but some claim electromagnetic radiation has devastated their health. Such people seek relief by taking refuge in the wilderness where there is no wireless littering the airwaves. And with the internet of thin...