Where does uranium come from? Tracking the origins of nuclear power to uranium mines in Australia.
TThousands of children, some as young as two, were trafficked to work as camel jockeys in the Middle East. At the training schools, they were starved, injected with hormones and physically abused.
This film explores the plans that international governments have in place to manage a possible nuclear disaster.
Utilising eyewitness accounts and unseen footage, this film is a valuable historical reference of what really happened during and immediately after the Chernobyl Nuclear accident in 1986.
Government secrecy in the US is a leviathan. SECRECY explores and exposes this unknown world.
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.
Cambodia is one of the most heavily landmined countries in the world. In many rural areas, virtually all the fields and forest are full of mines.
Between 400 and 800 French farmers commit suicide every year and this documentary charts the personal stories of those affected.
This is the compelling story of the international web of speculation and trafficking in African boys, under the guise of international football.