War Games is the story of a community’s struggle to stage its own Olympic Games in Southern Sudan – a few miles from the frontline of Africa’s longest-running civil war.
It has been more than 200 years since Great Britain abolished the Trans-Atlantic slave trade but across the world, slavery is still big business.
A special candlelit screening of an all time great feature film.
Mixed platter of ox tongue, shredded duck, Denhay ham, and organic oak-smoked salmon accompanied by Villavieja Chenin/Torrontes 2006 and Villavieja Tempranillo/Bonarda 2005 served during the film.
Network is an Academy Award-winning 1976 satirical film about a fictional television network Union Broadcasting System (UBS) and its struggle with poor TV ratings.
A year ago Denmark erupted in heated debate after 12 newspaper cartoons of the prophet Mohammed were published by a Danish newspaper. In the Muslim world there were violent protests. Elsewhere supporters claimed that nothing less than the freedom of democratic expression was at stake.
Beirut under Siege:
This film vividly captures what it was like for individual Lebanese families during the month-long war between Israel and Hezbollah in July 2006
Jorge’s father is ill and can’t work. Alex’s father died of the “mine disease”.
Since Tony Blair’s New Labour government came to power in 1997, the UK civil liberties landscape has changed dramatically.
Based on Dr. Jack Shaheen’s best-selling book, this documentary examines the Arab stereotypes produced by America’s dream factory for the past 100 years from silent movies to today’s blockbusters.
Shot in the sprawling refugee camps of the North West Frontier province in Pakistan and Kabul, Afghanistan, View From A Grain of Sand tells the story of three Afghan women, each dramatically affected by the different regimes of the last twenty-five years.
In The U.S. vs. John Lennon, directors David Leaf and John Scheinfeld trace the singer’s evolution as an activist and the powerful forces that rose up against him.
Biting feature-length satire portraying the private travails of the British Prime Minister as he leaves office after more than a decade in power.
The film reveals how, despite industry claims, illicit African diamonds are still being smuggled and sold.
India’s Hidden War: Unreported World travels deep into the Indian jungle to show how the country’s economic aspirations are fuelling an increasingly bloody civil war.
Congo: The UN’s Dirty War: Unreported World travels to the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, and uncovers evidence that UN troops are supporting Congolese government forces even as they carry out indiscriminate attacks, sometimes against civilian targets.
Panorama’s investigation into the death of former Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko has found that it is likely there were multiple attempts to poison him with Polonium 210 with the first as early as two weeks before he visited the London Sushi Bar on November 1.