230 films Found
Gospel music may be an established way of spreading the Good News but today's young Christians are moving with the times and rocking to an entirely different beat...
Few people would relish the thought of a gruelling 12 day marathon. However, one legged mine victim Chris Moon jumped at the challenge.
The controversial relocation of Kalahari Bushmen by the government of Botswana has provoked international condemnation.
More and more men are discovering the joys of embarking on a journey as a travelling worker and going 'on the waltz.'
We get to the heart of the rebel movement in war torn Aceh, and give the lowdown on the dirty war the Indonesian government have been trying to keep under wraps for so many years.
Saddam Hussein may be America's public enemy number one, but for Baghdad's legions of artists, he is their inspiration. We take a look at Iraq's art and culture, which owes a debt to Hussein.
This powerful film explores the settlement through the eyes of two charismatic individuals - an ex terrorist and a hippy Jewish settler. Full of moments of pathos and streaked with dark humour, this thought-provoking documentary reflects the animosity and tensions bubbling under the surface in the towns which host settlements.
Almost a quarter of Belarus is still contaminated from the explosion at Chernobyl. We take a look at what is being done to help the region's most vulnerable residents - its children.