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    Enemies of the People (2009)

    One of the most harrowing and compelling personal documentaries of our time, ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE exposes for the first time the truth about the Killing Fields and the Khmer Rouge who were behind Cambodia’s horrific genocide. More than simply an inquiry into Cambodia s experience, however, ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE is a profound […]

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    Enemy of Enemies: The Rise of ISIL (2015)

    ISIL has been truly devastating to those it comes in contact with and bloody to those under its control. Its sudden rise and expansion in 2014 has perplexed many. It has humiliated its enemies, including those in Damascus, Baghdad, Tehran and Washington. Armed with extensive weaponry, boasting an international fighting force and adept in […]

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    Escape From a Nazi Death Camp (2014)

    The Nazi death camp at Sobibor was created solely for the mass extermination of Jews. But on October 14, 1943 the inmates fought back, in the biggest and most successful prison outbreak of the Second World War. Of the 600 inmates present on the day of the escape, 300 escaped. Around 50 survived the […]

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    Europe’s 9/11 (2007)

    EUROPE’S 9/11 explores in-depth the phenomenon of homegrown terrorism through the lens of the bombings in Madrid, Spain and the connections between those bombers and Al Qaeda cell activities in Milan, Italy and the Van Gogh murder in the Netherlands. European governments face ever increasing difficulties in identifying potential terrorists among the radical Islamists […]

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    Final Solution (2004)

    Final Solution (2004) – Documentary directed by Rakesh Sharma about the communal Gujarat Riots that arose as a response to the Godhra Train Burning incident on February 27, 2002, where 58 Hindus were burnt alive on a train carriage. An official estimate states that 254 Hindus and 790 Muslims were killed during the riots, […]

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    Flipping Out (2008)

    Flipping Out is a 2007 Israeli-Canadian documentary film directed by Yoav Shamir describing the drug use of Israeli men and women in India. It follows Israeli soldiers who take their discharge bonus and travel to India, where 90 percent will take drugs and around 2,000 will eventually need professional help after experiencing drug-induced mental […]

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    For Those I Loved (1983)

    The true story of Martin Gray, a Polish survivor of the Holocaust, from how he survived the German invasion, how he got captured, and how he fought back with the rebels, to his life in the Soviet army, and the building of his new life in North America. imdb PART 3 IMDB (7.2) For […]

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    Game of Drones – A new type of war crime that’s going unpunished (2016)

    The CIA’s killer drones, stealthy and cheaper than manned war planes, have become a convenient modern weapon for finding and destroying terrorist targets abroad. They allow the US military to eliminate enemies from the safety of an air force office. That convenience, distance and safety however, may be deceptive. Among the places under constant […]

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    Game of Drones: The President and the White House Fly (2013)

    In his first three years, Obama unleashed 268 covert drone strikes, five times the total George W.Bush ordered during his time in office. All told, drones have been used to kill more than 3,000 people designated as terrorist, including at least four U.S. citizens. In the process, according to human rights groups, they have […]

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    Generation Jihad – 3 Part Miniseries (2010)

    Taylor is an experienced and talented journalist, who is chiefly known for a series of well-regarded documentaries on Northern Ireland. But the first instalment of Generation Jihad also raised a number of important additional questions – particularly about the relationship between radicalisation and Western foreign policy. Two prominent themes that emerged early in the […]

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    Germany’s Neo-Nazi Killers (2013)

    The National Socialist Underground or NSU (German: Nationalsozialistischer Untergrund) was a far-right German terrorist group which was uncovered in November 2011. So far, the following crimes have been attributed to the NSU: the Bosphorus serial murders, a series of murders of nine immigrants (eight Turks and one Greek) between 9 September 2000 and 6 […]

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    Geronimo and the Apache Resistance (1988)

    It was said that Geronimo, the legendary Apache, had magical powers-that he could see into the future, walk without creating footprints, even hold off the dawn to protect his own forces. In 1886, the United States government mobilised 5,000 men – nearly one-quarter of the entire US Army-to capture Geronimo and his band of […]