151 films Found
As the legalisation and decriminalisation of cannabis continues to be implemented in Switzerland, the problem of black-market sales and addictive properties persist. This RTS report follows the projects attempting to make in-store, controlled sales legal – and more importantly, safe.
Britain and Rwanda's recently-signed treaty seeks to relaunch the ‘Rwanda plan’, which last year was blocked by the British supreme court. This RTS report investigates Rwandan hotels preparing for the arrival of asylum seekers from the UK, as well as the impact on their soon-to-be occupants.
A divorced funeral director swipes his way through diminishing prospects on Tinder. An employee prepares his father for a final goodbye. Patrick Ginnetty and Bowie Alexander’s bleakly humorous film brings the darkness of the pandemic into the light of day, revealing a New York mortuary stretched to its limit, with all who work there challenged by the physical and emotional burden of their job.
Despite being detained, silenced and hidden from public view in maximum security Belmarsh Prison, multi-award-winning Australian journalist and publisher Julian Assange has become one of the loudest voices for free speech of our times. The disclosures of WikiLeaks from 2010 ignited a firestorm of controversy and a relentless ongoing pursuit by the most powerful state on the planet.
Viktor Fredbäck is an ordinary guy from Sweden, but with an intense passion for old jeans. After fifteen years of collecting, he has an almost complete timeline – one hundred years of jeans history. Just one problem: the pair he needs is buried in a mine in the American West. What will it take for Viktor to find the denim jewel in his collection? And will he get back in time for his wedding?
In Baltimore, rates of child homelessness and gun crime are high. The Baltimore Banners hockey team provides community support for children vulnerable to gangs, helping them stay off the streets and out of trouble.
How the hidden toxic air pollution of the oil giants is spreading hundreds of kilometres, putting the health of millions of people at risk in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Iran and Iraq.
Before the war, Ukraine was not a haven of peace for homosexuals. Paradoxically, the war context gave a new lease of freedom to Ukrainian LGBTQ, who were able to organize techno parties in the capital, Kyiv, while getting directly involved in the fighting on the front line.