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Dirty War on the NHS-documentary-featured

The Dirty War on the NHS

HEALTHCARE: The world's first universal public health service, the NHS today is under threat of being sold off and converted to a free market model. [Director John Pilger]
Songs of Repression-MTR-Review

Songs of Repression

TRAUMA: The inhabitants of a small German colony in Chile once founded as a sectarian settlement, develop different narratives to cope with its grim and traumatic past. [Director Estephan Wagner, Marianne Hougen-Moraga]
shape of things to come-documentary-featured

A Shape of Things to Come

SURVIVAL: Provocative questions about environment and survival amidst the spectre of global collapse arise from Sundog, a recluse living in the Sonoran Desert. [Director J.P. Sniadecki, Lisa Malloy]
No Kings-documentary

No Kings

TRADITION: 150 miles from Rio de Janeiro exists a hidden community descended from indigenous people, escaped African slaves, and European pirates [Director Emilia Mello]
Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets-Las Vegas Documentary - featured

Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets

COMMUNITY: In the shadows of Las Vegas, real people, in an unreal situation, face an uncertain future. [Director Turner Ross, Bill Ross IV]
Vivos-documentary-Ai Weiwei-MTR


REPRESSION: Through intimate interviews and meditative photography, Ai Weiwei provides visualisation of an unsolved humanitarian crisis. [Director Ai Weiwei]
Sing Me A Song-documentary-featured

Sing Me A Song

SPIRITUALITY: In the few years since TV and internet were introduced to Bhutan, daily rituals like candle lighting and recitation of prayer now compete with the lure of smartphones. [Director Thomas Balmès]
Thessaloniki-Documentary Festival-2020-featured

Lucid dreaming: animated documentary at Thessaloniki

THESSALONIKI: Three films from the 2020 Thessaloniki Documentary Festival prove the multi-dimensional power of animation in non-fiction storytelling.
Caught in the Net-MTR-featured

Caught in the Net

ABUSE: In a radical psychosocial experiment, the scope of online child abuse in the Czech Republic is uncovered. [Director Vit Klusák, Barbora Chalupová]


LIFE: Shot over 40 years, an epic about one woman’s struggle for independence requiring her to face her past in the macho-culture of Central America. [Director Peter Tobiornsson]