August 2012, Marikana. Thirty-four miners are shot dead by police and scores more left injured at the end of a six day strike. Playing out like a political thriller, Miners Shot Down pieces together what happened in those six days.
India's Little Ran of Kutch desert seems to extend for eternity. There's not a tree or blade of grass in sight. But for eight months of the year 40,000 men, women and children trek across India to scrape a living from this most unlikely place...
In 1972, Otto Muehl founded a commune based on common property ownership, free love and liberation from family ties. Paul-Julien Robert's quietly devastating documentary interweaves footage of life in the commune...
On a beautiful June weekend in 1967, at the height of the Summer of Love, the first and only Monterey International Pop Festival roared forward, capturing a decade's spirit and ushering in a new era of rock and roll. Monterey would launch...
In a neighbourhood in East Jerusalem Mohammed El Kurd and his family suddenly find themselves forced from their home by Israeli settlers. Mohammed, enraged by the events, begins to protest alongside his neighbours, and is shocked when scores of Israeli supporters come forward to join their cause.
Seductive, fearless and outrageous, Marina Abramovic has been redefining what art is for nearly forty years. This extraordinary documentary follows the Serbian performance artists as she prepares for a retrospective of her work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The clash between different generations is heightened in a rapidly changing China as migrant workers Laomao and Meizi are finally joined in Beijing by their daughter, Ying Ying, a teenager who doesn't seem to share the work ethic which has dominated her parents' lives.
In Queens, NY a group of imaginative tinkerers from Trinidad created something no-one had ever seen before: enormous stereo systems rigged onto ordinary bmx bikes. Travelling together they treat the neighborhood to an outrageous impromptu music and dance party on wheels.
Moving to Mars charts the epic journey made by two Burmese families from a vast refugee camp on the Thai/Burma border to their new homes in the UK. At times hilarious, at times emotional, their travels provide fascinating and unique insight not only into the effects of migration, but also into one of the most important current political crises.
Michael Campbell is one of the few hundred white farmers left in Zimbabwe since President Robert Mugabe began his violent 'Land Reform' program in 2000. What follows is an intimate, moving and often terrifying account of one man and his family's extraordinary courage in the face of overwhelming injustice and brutality.