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Russia’s Cyber Army

They interfere in other countries' elections, penetrate government networks and steal millions of dollars. Just how dangerous is Russia's cyber army?

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Looking for Merkel

Angela Merkel has become a global icon and yet remains an enigma. Who really knows Angela Merkel? What kind of woman is she? And what legacy does she leave us?

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Taiwan vs China: A Fragile Democracy

Taiwan remains determined to stand up as a vibrant, young democracy. But it won’t be easy…

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News & Awards

‘Dying to Divorce’ Selected as Britain’s OFFICIAL ENTRY for the OSCARS Best International Feature Film Category.

Filmed over five years, “Dying To Divorce” takes viewers into the heart of Turkey’s gender-based violence crisis and the recent political events that have severely eroded democratic freedoms. Through intimately shot personal stories, the film gives a unique perspective on the struggle to be an independent woman in modern Turkey. After more than 20 international festivals selections and winning several awards, we’re delighted to announce “Dying To Divorce” is now Britain’s official entry for the Oscars’ Best International Feature Film Category !

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An Autumn of Success for ‘ON THE LINE’!

Over the past few weeks, our documentary “On The Line” has received a plethora of prizes and has become a multi-award winning documentary. It has won the Albert Londres Prize in the Audiovisual category (France), Best Feature-Length Documentary Award at Festival International De Film Spiritualité-Ethnique-Religion Prix Farel (Switzerland) & the Jury Prize for Best Documentary in the category “Made en Mexico” at Docs MX 2021 (Mexico).

These three new awards add up to five previous other ones: Grand Prize + 40 min documentary, Youth Jury Award, & Aina Roger ESJ LILLE – FIGRA Award at FIGRA (France), Best Feature Documentary Award at Global Cinema Film Festival Boston (USA), Special Mention at Mediterranean Film Festival (Bosnia & Herzegovina).

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‘SHADOW GAME’ STEALS THE SHOW AT FESTIVAL DES LIBERTÉS IN BELGIUM WINNING TWO AWARDS & A SPECIAL MENTION!

Having already accumulated 25 festivals selections, we’re delighted to announce the Dutch documentary “Shadow Game” won Best Documentary Prize, Smart Award & Special Mention from the FIDH International Federation for Human Rights at Festival des Libertés in Brussels in late October.

These new recognitions add up to five previous awards: Prix Europa’s Best European TV Documentary of the Year (Germany), Goulden Kalf Prize for Best Long Documentary at Nederlands Film Festival, Grand Prize of Geneva & Youth Jury Prize at FIFDH Geneva (Switzerland), Dutch Movies Matter Award at Movies That Matter Festival (Netherlands).

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New Acquisitions

Shadow Game

Every day teenagers who have fled their war-torn countries try to cross Europe’s borders in search of protection and a better life. They travel through a shadow world of minefields, bears, fast-flowing rivers, smugglers and border guards., desperately trying to win what they call 'The Game’.

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Dying to Divorce

Filmed over five years, 'Dying To Divorce' takes viewers into the heart of Turkey's gender-based violence crisis and the recent political events that have severely eroded democratic freedoms. Through intimately shot personal stories, the film gives a unique perspective on the struggle to be an independent woman in modern Turkey.

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The Longest Voyage

2022 marks the 500 year anniversary of Magellan and Elcano’s landmark circumnavigation of the globe. It was a turning point in history: an incredible three year voyage that opened the gateway to the modern age. In circumnavigating the globe and charting our world, Magellan and Elcano opened the door to man’s next challenge: the journey into space.

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