Heart surgeon turned comedian Bassem Youssef became known as the "Egyptian Jon Stewart" after his satirical TV show became a nationwide hit. At great personal risk, Youssef took on successive oppressive regimes during the turbulent Arab Spring.
"This is a tragic and poignant yet also energetic and inspirational portrait of an extremely tough Indian woman." – IDFA (International Documentary Festival Amsterdam)
★★★★★ "Beautifully simple and simply beautiful..." - Tom Huddleston, Time Out
South India’s first female taxi driver.
Kimberley Motley is the only foreign lawyer, not to mention the only woman, working in Afghanistan’s corrupt, complicated legal system. For over five years, human rights cases and troubled expats motivated her to stay, but time is running out.
An unsettling and eye opening exploration into the dramatic rise of a series of radical mosques in Pakistan which train legions of children to devote their lives to jihad, or holy war, from a very young age.