Cambodia is one of the most heavily landmined countries in the world. In many rural areas, virtually all the fields and forest are full of mines.
For most of his working life, controversial Australian journalist Wilfred Burchett chose to report from the "other side". His unorthodox views and activities caused him to be labelled a traitor by many.
During the so-called Egyptian revolution, the people from Bulaq played an upper role. This film portrays a little known story of social marginalisation, whose destiny is strictly intertwined with the Egyptian spring.
"When Bubbles Burst" provides a fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of the global economy, examining the mechanics behind bubbles and crashes and suggesting trends for the future.
AFTERMATH is a reminder that we will continue to pay for the last century's legacy of war for years to come, and that future generations will pay for contemporary events which are occurring even now.
This film explores the plans that international governments have in place to manage a possible nuclear disaster.
Join filmmaker Steve Baile on an in depth tour of Lake Argyle and the Ord River Scheme and along the way uncovering the regions rich pioneering history and showcasing the spectacular rugged East Kimberley.
A Hard Rain exposes the hidden agendas behind the latest push for Australia to go nuclear and presents a compelling and frightening argument against allowing this to happen.
Filmmaker Kathryn Ann Bigelow was named by Time magazine as one of the most influential people of 2010 for her work on the Academy Award Best Director and Best Picture winning war film, The Hurt Locker.
Writer, director and producer Danny Boyle was born in Manchester in 1956 and is best known for directing feature length films like Shallow Grave, the Beach, Slumdog Millionaire and Trainspotting.
One of the stars of the 1990s generation of independent filmmakers, Richard Linklater has become known primarily for his wry, slice of life feature films that focus on youth culture and the initiation rites of “slackers”.
Noé has been inspired by Beatnik writer William Burroughs, and auteur filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, and claims that seeing 2001: A Space Odyssey when he was seven influenced his whole desire to be a director. His films share a common thread in the exploration of the ‘cinema of the body’