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Lebanon in Freefall

Stay or go, give up or fight? The question is can Lebanon still be saved? The political and economic crisis in Lebanon started long before the devastating explosion on August 4, 2020, it was more the result of an accumulation of corruption through the decades that blew up that day. Ever since then, Lebanon has been in freefall. Young people in particular are asking whether or not they have a futu

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Being Frank: The Frank Gardner Story

Frank Gardner was the BBC's first-ever security correspondent, he travelled the world unhindered until June 2004 when Frank was shot six times by al-Qaeda gunmen whilst he was reporting on the growing terrorist activity seen in Saudi Arabia. At the age of just 43, Frank was left paralysed as the bullets which hit him damaged his spinal nerves, he has relied on a wheelchair ever since.In 2020

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The Deepest Depths of the Burrow

The Deepest Depths of the Burrow is a film all about the lifestyle and subculture that is associated with urban art. We are introduced to Nychos, a famous Austrian urban art and graffiti artist who became known for his street concept RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT (REM) over 10 years ago. This documentary was filmed over the course of two years and sees filmmaker Christian Fischer record these journeys in o

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Bronson: Britain’s Most Dangerous Prisoner

Charles Bronson was jailed for armed robbery in 1974 and should have been released three years later, except for a few fleeting weeks of freedom on the outside he has been behind bars ever since. However, Bronson has never actually killed anyone and a quarter of a century in the prison system has changed him both mentally and physically. He is a man of many faces, at times he is both aggressive a

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Ireland’s Traveller Women

Ireland, it's a place that has been long associated with religion and conservative values, but over the last few years, the country has reinvented itself as a new and progressive Ireland. In 2017, the Irish government extended this spirit of inclusivity to its traveller population, who were now to be recognised as a distinct ethnic group within the nation of Ireland. Now in the year 2020, we are

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Maddie and the Monster

If innocence has a face then surely it is that of three-year-old Madeleine McCann, who in May 2007 went missing from her family holiday home. It is a heartbreaking mystery, but ever since the night she disappeared her anguished but unbroken parents Kate and Gerry have never let the world forget their daughter. However, the evil that befell Madeleine over a decade ago may now finally have a name,

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Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos is not just the richest man in the world, but he has also built an incredible business that is without precedent in the history of global capitalism. His ability to shape everything from the future of work to the future of commerce to the future of technology itself is examined in this film. As politicians and regulators from around the world start to consider the global impact of Amaz

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Childhood 2.0

Childhood 2.0 isn't a typical tech documentary warning you of all the dangers that lurk behind social media these days (shots fired at Netflix :P). It's more of a deep dive into the online world for those parents out there who have kids that are immersed in a virtual space that they themselves weren't necessarily exposed to as a child. It is a world that many kids these days are traversing with e

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Louis Theroux: Drinking To Oblivion

Drinking To Oblivion sees Louis Theroux set about spending some time in the world of extreme drinkers, getting to know people who consume alcohol not just to excess but to the point of total oblivion. Basing the film out of King's College Hospital in South London Louis finds himself in a haven for patients and families affected by life-threatening alcohol abuse, in an attempt to understand the mi

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