By 2050, 30% of Bangladesh will be under water. One in three inhabitants, some 60 million people, are threatened by marine flooding. No other country in the world is so at risk from rising waters. The main culprit: global warming.More info
A Russian scientist on the border between genius and madman, a vanished ice-age ecosystem, a climatic time-bomb and a crazy plan to save the worldMore info
When Microsoft accused ‘state-backed’ Chinese hackers of entering its servers to target at least 60,000 global users, few people were surprised. It was just the latest in a long line of Chinese cyberattacks.More info
After the rise of China’s power in Africa, are we on the verge of seeing a Chinese Arctic?More info
The critically acclaimed true crime docu-series that ignited a firestorm.More info
More than a million Uighurs are being arbitrarily detained in camps where they undergo torture, re-education, forced labour and are banned from speaking their own language. What are the real reasons behind this relentless repressionMore info
Every day in the USA, 9 children are shot and killed. Some die in high profile mass killings splashed across the media but many are killed in tragic domestic accidents involving the family arsenal. More and more American children are being given guns.More info
A young, modern generation has emerged who oppose the regime’s ever growing repression. Who are these ordinary people dreaming of a different Russia? What price will they pay for the justice and freedom they desire?More info
Two of our documentaries, China: The Uighur Tragedy and Erasmus In Gaza have been selected at Monte-Carlo Television Festival in their section ‘News & Documentaries programs’. They are both up for a Golden Nymph Award.
The 61st edition of Monte-Carlo Television Festival (Golden Nymphs Awards) takes place from the 17th to 21st June in Monaco.
Pleistocene Park is continuing its impressive festival run (having already screened at CPH:DOX and HotDocs this year, amongst others), with recent selections in the Krakow Film Festival, Seoul Eco Film Festival, Cinemaambiente in Italy, and NaturVision Film Festival in Germany!
We are delighted that two of our documentaries have been given awards at Docs Barcelona, with the Youth Jury Award given to Erasmus in Gaza, and the Audience Award to Robin Bank!
Robin Bank has also recently been selected FIC CAT Festival de Cinema in Català (4-11th June), and Erasmus in Gaza will premiere in Italy at the Biografilm Festival (11th June) and in Turkey at the TRT Documentary Awards. Congratulations to the filmmakers!
'Atomic Hope' follows a tiny global movement of unpopular pro-nuclear activists, who strongly believe we need nuclear power in order to decarbonize our energy systems, before catastrophic climate change occurs.More info
He stole half a million euros from thirty-nine different banks and then donated it all to social causes.More info
Apple is the most valuable company in the world and has a role in our lives like no other. But a company that started out as the cool underdog to Microsoft is now subsumed in a wave of controversies.More info