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Love and Sex in Russia

It’s a country of contradictions, where love and sex clash with customs and patriarchy. Where traditional values and large families are glorified but 40% of children grow up without a father and domestic abuse isn’t a crime. Welcome to Putin's Russia.

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Nasrin

Narrated by Academy Award-winner Olivia Colman and secretly filmed in Iran by women and men who risked arrest, this film follows the work and life of renowned human rights lawyer, Nasrin Sotoudeh.

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Down and Out in Paris: The Abandoned Homeless

Thousands of people live on the streets of Paris, hiding in car parks, manholes, tunnels and shopping centre basements. Who are these invisible people? What are their stories?

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Nisman: the Prosecutor, the President and the Spy

The feature documentary of the critically acclaimed true crime docu-series that ignited a firestorm.

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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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The African-American Elite

While African Americans are more likely to live in poverty than any other ethnic group, America is also home to the biggest group of wealthy, highly successful black people in the world. Now, 1 in 50 African American families are millionaires, forming part of a new ‘black elite'.

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The End of the War in Colour: Episode IV – Unconditional Surrender

When US troops conquered Nazi Germany from the West in March 1945, they were accompanied by camera teams, shooting in 16 mm colour. The result is a unique 4 x 45 min series documenting the victims of terror and the politics of annihilation.

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The End of the War in Colour: Episode III – Visions of Hell

When US troops conquered Nazi Germany from the West in March 1945, they were accompanied by camera teams, shooting in 16 mm colour. The result is a unique 4 x 45 min series documenting the victims of terror and the politics of annihilation.

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The End of the War in Colour: Episode II – The Americans at the Elbe

When US troops conquered Nazi Germany from the West in March 1945, they were accompanied by camera teams, shooting in 16 mm colour. The result is a unique 4 x 45 min series documenting the victims of terror and the politics of annihilation.

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