Assange claims that online surveillance is causing a crisis of democracy and a serious threat to civil rights and, as a result, we need greater control of agencies that spy on us. How real is this? What do the experts say?
No twentieth-century figure has had a more profound effect on the worlds of literature, film, politics, historical debate, and the culture wars than Gore Vidal. Anchored by intimate one-on-one interviews with the man himself, this is a fascinating and wholly entertaining portrait of the last lion of the age of American liberalism.
In these days, the stereotyped image of all strippers as drugs addicts, whores and brainless ‘bimbos’ is over. Both riveting and insightful, this film explores the lives of these new-age strippers.
Perspectives is a documentary about the famous Dutch architect and desginer Wiel Arets
In Guinea Conakry, West Africa, four children are learning the secrets of Hamanah tradition.
Yakhouba Dabo reaches Koumana during his travel and he meets them. It tells of the cross between village and city.
NYC painter Jimmy Ernst is linked, on several narrative levels, with his upbringing and his apprenticeship to the one-of-a-kind famous print-making shop Augustine, in Glückstadt, Germany.
At age 42, former Bosnian boxing champion Nermin Sabanovic is making a comeback and dreaming of fighting for a world title, despite the concerns of his wide and two daughters.
An intimate portrait of comic legend Spike Milligan, a complex and multifaceted man who trod the thin line between genius and debilitating depression.
Follows celebrity photographer Victor Malafronte on his rounds in New York City, angling for lucrative shots of such luminaries as Madonna, Donald Trump, and new father Michael J. Fox.
The Way Up is the personal story of a street girl’s struggle for survival, led by her dream of reuniting with her birth mother.
‘The Man Who Stole My Mother’s Face’ is a sobering tale of survival, strength, healing and redemption from Australian filmmaker Cathy Henkel. It’s her amazing story about hope and love, and ultimately, the search for justice.
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.