11 films Found
For the eight million people living under ISIS, daily life is increasingly dominated by a terrifying bureaucracy. More than oil, it is extortion, taxes and seizure of property driving ISIS's growing economy.
When the US government bans a pesticide deemed too harmful for the American people, you would imagine that to be the end of it. What you would not expect is it to then be exported freely abroad for profit. In recent years countless harmful pesticides have been spread around the world’s less-developed nations, causing immeasurable damage. Many are then imported back into the United States on infec…
Climate change: perhaps the greatest challenge of our generation. From the melting glaciers to the droughts of California, rising temperatures are a worldwide problem that impact us wherever we live. Eric Campbell criss-crosses the continents to see just what is at stake for humanity, interviewing scientists determined to find solutions as well as politicians who deny its existence. A fresh insig…
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How can nature's own
breast milk be questioned? But
all too often it is. How would
the business of infant formula
be so big otherwise? Through
an intimate and artistic lens,
MILK brings a universal perspective to the commercialisation
and politics surrounding infant feeding. From the
judgement placed on women who bottle feed their
babies, to the stigma of breastfeeding in public. A
What is it about the shape of a ball that fascinates humans and animals alike? Accessible and fascinating, the doc explores the origins of our captivation with the ball and ball games. Travelling across time and around the world we discover that universally the ball has stamped its mark on our lives and fuelled our passion to compete. A compelling doc searching for the reasons we play.
Never has the role of the whistleblower been more in the public eye. They are the warriors of the digital age, fighting for transparency and privacy in an advancing technological world. Why do they risk everything to do it and can their cause be called a patriotic duty? Critics condemn their actions and claim they endanger our security, others celebrate them as heroes. A fresh insight into those …
While hand-held mobile conversations are largely illegal, hands-free conversations are still allowed worldwide. But now research suggests there might be more risk involved in car conversations than we realise.