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91%: A Film About Guns in America

In a country with a population of around 327 million people, the people of the United States own around 347 million firearms, meaning guns now outnumber people in America. Because of this it should come as no surprise that gun violence is now one of the most urgent public health issues facing the United States today. In this film we hear from a number of those people who have been directly affe

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Putin’s Revenge

It was election day 2016 and as Americans headed to the polls United States intelligent agencies were on high alert. Intelligent agencies had been tracking a multi-pronged effort to influence voters, leaks of hacked emails, adverts on Facebook and Google, on social media trolls and bots were spreading as much fake news as possible all of which they believed was connected to Russian president Vladi

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The Cola Wars

The Cola Wars

The soft drink industry is a 100 million dollar juggernaut, the Coca Cola Company and Pepsi Co. control vast empires which reach into practically every corner of the globe. Through huge networks of bottlers, distributors and retailers there's hardly a spot on Earth where you cant quench your thirst with either a Coke or a Pepsi. So heavily promoted their presence is practically inescapable, Cok

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Shot At Dawn

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Shot At Dawn

Over a million British and Commonwealth soldiers lost their lives in World War I, they left behind families and friends who though devastated by their loss could mourn them with pride as they were after all good men who died honourably fighting for their country, their sacrifice would never be forgotten. But the sacrifice of others has been forgotten though they died as soldiers on the killing

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Where the River Runs Red

Tasmania is a secluded island located off the south coast of Australia, it is know for it's large, rugged wilderness but towards the west of the island there is an ominous red river which divides the small mining town of Queenstown. This red river is the result of water run-off from a closed mine, the water itself is extremely acidic which dissolves much of what lies in its way, rendering the s

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The Bridges That Built London

Between Richmond and the North Sea 30 bridges span the river Thames in London, they carry people across a stretch of river that is 35 miles long. These extraordinary structures connect a population of nearly 8 million and have been the making of London, Britains capital. Millions of Londoners cross these bridges every week, most probably don't give them a second thought but for British art hist

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Dish Pigs

Dish Pigs

It is said that the most compelling tales originate from a restaurants kitchen and more specifically the dish pit and in a city known for nightlife and haute cuisine, Dish Pigs tells the untold stories of dishwashers in Montreal. Through intimate first-person accounts and gritty visual storytelling, the film unearths the deeper truths about the working-class economy that lie just beyond the doo

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The Man Who Used HIV As a Weapon

In 2018 Daryll Rowe hit the news headlines as the first person in the United Kingdom to be jailed for deliberately infecting men with HIV. It is an extraordinary case but at the time the media attention was all on Daryll Rowe himself, but this powerful documentary focuses on the victims Rowe had abused, giving them an opportunity to tell their shocking accounts of what happened. The men feature

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Stabbed: Britain’s Knife Crime Crisis

The first person to be fatally stabbed in 2018 in the United Kingdom died just 12 minutes into the new year. Three hours later a second person is killed in a knife attack, the year goes on to become the deadliest on record with regards to knife crime and many of the victims were just teenagers. United Kingdom has seen an alarming surge in knife crime over recent years and in this film we hear f

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