Helmand Province, Afghanistan, home to Heavy Weapons Company, 3rd Brigade, of the Afghan National Army. We follow the soldiers during their first year fighting without NATO support, seeing the war through Afghan eyes, for the first time.
Agnes Varda’s essay is a self-reflexive diary/documentary of people who exist by re-using things others regard as useless in modern society. Part social critique, part art piece, the film reclaimed the genre for creative expression.
On average, seven women are killed every month in Britain by their husband, partner or ex-partner. This preview tells the gripping and untold human stories and the continuing and disproportionate violence visited by men on women every day.
In 1972, athletes from around the globe gathered in Munich, Germany for the Olympic Games. However, the Olympic spirit of brotherhood and peaceful competition was shattered when eight Palestinian terrorists invaded the athletes' quarters to take the Israeli team hostage while the world looked on, incredulous. Using extraordinary archive footage including the only surviving member of the Black September group, the film tells the dramatic story of what happened during those 21 hours in Munich.
This is the story of women political prisoners in Armagh and Maghaberry jails, told in their own words.
GAA hard man Anthony Molloy journeys to New York in search of the toughest Irish immigrant America was ever to see: Mike Malloy, the “Rasputin of the Bronx.”
Presented by Sean McAllister. The story of a Palestinian village's resistance to encroaching Israeli settlements is brought to life through footage from Emad Burnat's five bullet-ridden and broken cameras.
The first of two LGBTI Human Rights Activism and Film events organised by the ‘School of Advanced Study’ as part of the Being Human Festival 2015.
This event will focus on the experiences of the Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights transnational project (www.envisioninglgbt.com) in its innovative work with grassroots activists in participatory video film-making, to document the experiences and human rights struggles of LGBTI people.
Presented by Joan Churchill. Both a classic documentary and a vital pop-cultural artefact, D.A. Pennebaker's portrait of Bob Dylan captures the iconic singer-songwriter on the cusp of his transformation from folk prophet to rock trendsetter.