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  • Silenced, As Mercury Rises

    Whether it’s caused by humans or nature, our bodies are getting more and more contaminated by decades of daily pollution. Of all the toxins and heavy metals, we absorb in our lifetime, the second most toxic and deadly for humans on the periodic table chart is; mercury. With that knowledge in hand...

  • In The Starlight

    In the Starlight is an intimate portrayal about the life of nature photographer Paul Zizka and his quest to capture the night skies.

  • The Claustrophiles

    This film about caving is not meant for cavers. It was made for all those people who stay outside and ask questions such as: " How can you breathe? ", “Aren’t you afraid of being trapped there?" "But...what do
    you do in there?" Speleology films focus on the scientific study of caves and the cave ...

  • 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.

  • War Peace

    War/Peace documentary film is re-introducing the radical student activists from the late 60s. Ex-leaders of The Weather Underground movement Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn. For decades the government and press have tried their best to silence them. This film will serve as an historical reminder ...

  • The Story Of Us

    This landmark documentary by Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald, tells the story of Covid-19 virus in Britain through the experiences of people immersed in its impact, both personally and professionally. Using testimony from consultants, doctors and nurses - as well as weaving in the experien...

  • What's in A Name - A Versace Story

    In this documentary film, the Alfredo Versace story is one of much intrigue. A man raised from humble beginnings, builds a life of fortune, to have it all taken away; stripped of his name, fortune, and friends. However, Alfredo would survive this tragedy in a way that clearly reveals his true cha...

  • The Loop

    A small discovery leads two adventurers to climb the cliffs of their home island and make unexpected discoveries. Their challenge, obstructed by tons of pollution that is swept up the coast every day, marks a shift in perspective and their interaction with our environment.

  • Music For Elephants

    An incredible, unique and moving documentary about a concert-pianist who plays music to blind, injured and orphaned elephants with amazing results. At a sanctuary on the shores of the iconic River Kwai in Thailand, Paul Barton plays the works of world's greatest composers to endangered Asian ele...

  • The Rapture Of Free Soloing On Acid

    This film follows the legendary climbing photographer and Stone Master, Dean Fidelman. Fidelman was at the forefront of the free climbing revolution in Yosemite Valley and Joshua Tree during the 1970s, making photographs with John Bachar, Lynn Hill, Ron Kauk, John Long, and many other talented cl...