The Kids Britain Doesn’t Want follows the personal stories of three young people seeking asylum in Britain.
A coming of age tale and personal portrait of inspiring Melbourne transgendered woman Sally Goldner: activist, drummer, singer/songwriter, stand-up comic and radio DJ.
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.
An expose of how worldwide Governments are monitoring using their own citizens’ private lives using specialised technology originally developed for warfare.
The economic crisis and consequences of the strict austerity policies have hit the Italian people hard.
“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.
For 13 days in 1962, the world was on the brink of nuclear war, and Murge, Italy was the unknown catalyst.