In ‘System Terror’, filmmaker Astrid Schult unmasks the insidious and anti-terror systems of the US and its allies. From torture and egregious human rights violations to Guantanamo Bay and America’s secret overseas prisons, she shows how the system to this day, hinders criminal prosecution, systematically covers up the crimes of US administrations and mercilessly terrorises its opponents.
In ‘System Terror’, we follow individuals who have worked from within the anti-terror system for 20 years, or those who fight against it, as well as those who have helped shape it in a myriad of ways: scientists, investigative journalists, lawyers, prisoners, prison guards, CIA and FBI agents and victims families.
Speaking to soldiers, psychologists and prisoners tortured with his music at Guantanamo, Sesame Street composer Christopher Cerf finds out how the military has been employing music as a potent weapon for hundreds of years.More info
Filmed in extremely difficult circumstances, Al Qaeda operatives describe how they planned and prepared for 9/11.More info
We look back at how 9/11 has shaped our world. These personal and intimate testimonies of individuals come together to cast light on the overarching story.More info