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Post Truth Times: We The Media - Navigating Information in a Post-Truth Media Landscape
What is the Internet doing to information and journalism? The influence of fake news and false information on American and British election results seems undeniable, especially with politicians like Donald Trump offering an alternative to traditional media, and mainstream politicians…
Sweatshop: Deadly Fashion - Fashion Bloggers Spend Time as Garment Workers in Cambodia
It started off as a web-series, charting the experiences of three young fashion bloggers, who spent a month living the life of Cambodian garment workers in Phnom Penh. But following headlines and articles all over the world, more than a…
Higher Education - The New Global Economic War
There were 13 million university students in 1960. In 2015, their ranks had swollen to nearly 200 million. Universities are operating in the world's most competitive knowledge economy and they are waging a ferocious battle to attract the brightest minds…
Born in Syria - Child Refugees of Syria's Civil War
Since 2011, an estimated 9 million Syrians -- half of them children -- have fled their homes due to the civil war. BORN IN SYRIA follows seven of these young, displaced children for a year witnessing everything through their eyes:…
Trump: My New President - A Look at the Lives of Trump Voters
The first 100 days of Donald Trump's presidency were unprecedented. This film follows the beginning of his presidency through the eyes of five ordinary Americans -- four of whom voted for him. One is an African-American high school football coach…
Pornocracy - The Changing Landscape of the Porn Industry
French feminist icon, filmmaker, and adult film director Ovidie investigates shocking modern changes in the international adult film industry and how the arrival of web sites showing amateur and pirated clips has transformed the way porn is made and consumed.…
Spain: Facing Uncertainty - Spain's Evolving Political State
Spain's transition from dictatorship to democracy, following the death of Franco, amazed the world. Today, Spain amazes for the wrong reasons. Billions wasted in public works. Astronomical unemployment rates, peaking at 58.5% youth unemployment. A royal princess accused of tax…
Donald Trump: The Apprentice President - The 2016 Trump Presidential Campaign
Since announcing his candidacy, Donald Trump is everywhere. To him, it seems that nothing is taboo and no policy too outlandish to embrace. Somehow, this billionaire candidate has become the champion of ordinary America, with supporters travelling hundreds of miles…
Panama Papers - The Biggest Leak in History
This is the biggest leak in history: 11.5 million files exposing the most secret world of offshore finance. Under the ICIJ, 378 investigative journalists around the world worked on the leaked files behind closed doors. On April 3rd 2016, representing…
Kim Jong Eun - The Man who Rules North Korea
He's the world's most enigmatic and dangerous dictator, cultivating an air of secrecy around himself and never giving interviews. Ruler of the hermit kingdom, he's now closer than ever to developing nuclear weapons. But what do we really know about…
South Africa: The End of a Dream - Political and Social Turmoil in South Africa
As the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's birth approaches, the Rainbow Nation seems to be in disarray. More than half the population live below the poverty line. The ANC is rife with corruption. White people still hold the wealth, leaving…
Bye Bye Guinea Pig - Alternatives to Animal Testing
Animal activists have long battled to stop testing on animals. But now, some scientists are adding their voice to the debate, saying that the results of many animal experiments are inaccurate, biased or plain useless. They claim that better alternatives…
The Cost of Cotton - Questions of Ethics in the Cotton Production Chain
lt's the soft, natural fabric associated with high quality and versatility. But is cotton really as pure as it seems? Claims of forced labor and pollution have stained its wholesome reputation, creating a market for 'ethical' cotton. ln this investigation,…
Women Against ISIS - Middle Eastern Women Lead Resistance Against the Jihadist Movement
In the war against the Islamic State, the only movement combating the jihadists with any effectiveness on the ground is the Kurdish resistance army. This movement is made up of both men and women fighters forcing back the jihadists and…
Three Minutes
Episode 1 of Death in Léon
On May 12 2014, Isabel Carrasco, the president of the provincial government of Leon, Spain were murdered in broad daylight in the center of Leon. Feared and hated for her autocratic rule, many people wanted her dead. Two women were…
Chechnya: War without Trace - Political Oppression within The Chechen Republic
In the space of just a few years, Chechnya has undergone a remarkable transformation. Gone are the minefields and piles of rubble, replaced with broad avenues, luxury boutiques and glass-fronted skyscrapers. It's virtually impossible to see there was ever a…
The Hidden Face of Animal Transport - Investigating Animal Transport in Europe
Shocking undercover footage shows how animals exported from Europe as livestock are routinely exposed to inhumane conditions and abused. A ruling that EU animal welfare regulations should remain in place until the very end of the journey is not being…
Feminism Inshallah - A History of Arab Feminism
The struggle for Muslim women's emancipation is often portrayed stereotypically as a showdown between Western and Islamic values, but Arab feminism has existed for more than a century. This groundbreaking documentary recounts Arab feminism's largely unknown story, from its taboo-shattering…
Seven Years
Episode 2 of Death in Léon
Seven years before the crime, Isabel Carrasco came to power in Leon. At the same time, Triana Martinez, a young telecommunications engineer, started work in the provincial council. The two had a great relationship until, all of a sudden, everything…
The Other Kids - Soccer Changing the Lives of Youth in Uganda
This inspiring story reveals the power of football to change people's lives. Hundreds of millions of kids play football every day. For many of them, football grants are the only way to access education or the ticket to a better…