Through the relationships he cultivated with The White House and US Congress, John Hume created the framework for peace in Northern Ireland. Narrated by Liam Neeson, the documentary includes wide-ranging interviews with US Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, UK Prime Ministers John Major an...
Larger than life, wild, scary and androgynous – Grace Jones plays all these parts. Yet here we also discover her as a lover, daughter, mother, sister and even grandmother, as she submits herself to our gaze and allows us to understand what constitutes her mask.
The stage is where he...
This documentary portrays the life and work of highly influential architect Kevin Roche, still working at 94. What drives a modest man, with no interest in fame, to refuse retirement and continually look to the future regardless of age? Kevin Roche's stated philosophy is that "the responsibil...View
The city of Visaginas was created from nothing in the 1970s in order to service a powerful Soviet nuclear power station. Literally designed and shaped like the wings of a butterfly, it was intended to be a window of Soviet progress to the West. After USSR disintegration, however, EU membership me...
Lost in France charts the story of the creative hotbed that is the Glasgow indie music scene. At its centre was and still is record label Chemikal Underground. At the label’s 20th anniversary, band members revisit a festival site in France where it all began, offering personal insights, old...View
Irish Holocaust Survivor Tomi Reichental celebrates his 80th birthday in a Dublin Mosque and embarks on an epic journey across a Europe in turmoil.
In Germany Tomi concludes his long quest to bring the convicted SS War Criminal Hilde Michnia to account for her secrets and lies.
Buried in the ruins of Rivesaltes in the shadow of the Pyrenees, there is a story of unspeakable cruelty. It is a story of collaboration where people willingly herded children into cattle trucks on trains heading for unknown destinations. But the ruins of Rivesaltes also tell a story of those who...View
In January 2013, a historic transfer deal sent two Muslim players to the heart of Israel to join Beitar Jerusalem Football Club, leading to the most racist campaign in Israeli sport. Closely following one season and a team in crisis, this film explores the structures of money and power behind thi...View
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