For 15 months, filmmakers Tim Hetherington and Sebastian Junger were embedded with a US platoon in Afghanistan’s hostile Korengal Valley, shadowing their every move. Winner of the 2010 Sundance Grand Jury Prize, Restrepo is as close as it gets to seeing what life as a soldier is really like.
Follow intrepid, dance-obsessed private detective Rajesh and his motley band on investigations across India.
An extraordinary film based in a former Soviet nuclear test site, where locals still pay the price of radioactivity. Physical mutations and birth defects have led the State to introduce strict birth control measures, but Bibigul is desperate to have a child against all odds.
Following on from the multi-award winning film, 'The Boy Who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan' director Phil Grabsky continued to film young Mir, charting his tumultuous journey into adulthood. The film is a unique portrayal of life, full of humour, full of poignancy in today's Afghanistan.
In 1958 fourteen-year-old Robert James 'Bobby' Fischer stunned the chess world by becoming the youngest Grand Master in history. Over the next twenty years he established himself through outward genius, charisma and dashing good looks, only to disappear at the apex of his powers
Garry Kasparov is a living legend in the chess world, so powerful at his height that it took a crack team from IBM with a very big computer to defeat him in 1997. This David and Goliath battle, steeped in suspicion, paranoia and conspiracy theories, is an engrossing tale of ego, strategy and the limits of the human intelligence.