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No Stone Unturned

No Stone Unturned is a feature length film which over the course of an hour and 50 minutes deeply examines the unsolved 1994 Loughinisland massacre which occurred in Loughinisland, Co. Down, Northern Ireland during the troubles. It was a vicious shooting which claimed the lives of six innocent Irishmen as they watched the World Cup, presumably the shooting was carried out by a Unionist paramili

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Manchester The Night of The Bomb

On 22 May 2017, the deadliest terror attack in Britain since 7/7 took place. It was carried out by a man who himself was born and raised in very city he attacked. Salman Abedi detonated a homemade bomb at an Ariana Grande concert, targeting the innocents attending with complete disregard for the number of children present. This film is a powerful retelling of the everts as they unfolded, throug

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The Kim Dynasty

The Kim Dynasty

The demilitarised zone or DMZ divides the Korean peninsula into North and South at the 38th parallel, the armies of both sides face each other along the border. This stand off has continued since the end of the Korean War in 1953, it's a precarious balance of power that's often been threatened. This has never been more apparent as North Korea have ramped up their nuclear missile testing, statin

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The Ruins of Raqqa

Back in 2014, Raqqa became the informal capital of the Islamic State’s self-proclaimed caliphate. Many hundreds of civilians died in the battle to liberate the city and it now lies in ruins. Upon entering the city, there is an eerie calm and breathtaking destruction as far as the eye can see. A-once thriving city of 260,000 people reduced to rubble by US led airstrikes, it's hard to imagine it

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Squaddies On The Frontline

Squaddies on the Frontline sets out to explain what life was like for the British troops who were deployed during the Northern Ireland conflict, it is a tale told through the eyes of ordinary men and women who fought on the streets of Northern Ireland in 'Operation Banner'. An operation which spanned nearly 40 years, from 1969 to 2007. Throughout this time a total of over a quarter of a million

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End of Truth

End of Truth

End of Truth, is a film which investigates the business of kidnapping and how ISIS used it as an effective means to generate income as they rose to power in the war torn country of Syria. Through a number of interviews with negotiators, investigators, fixers and even used car salesmen we learn of the dangers and terrible consequences of misinformation when peoples lives are on the line. We look

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Putin: The New Tsar

An incredible film documenting the rise of Vladimir Putin, detailing how a poor boy from a small apartment located in St. Petersburg managed to not only escape poverty but become one of the worlds most powerful leaders. Putin, admired by Trump and feared by his rivals is now on the cusp of being reelected as president and The New Tsar sets out to reveal his journey to power, starting off as a l

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A North Korean Diary

Luca Faccio, a photographer from Vienna, Italy has managed to secure a visa to travel to North Korea seven times since 2005 and over the course of these trips he has gained great insight into the people and their worldview. During these trips Luca managed to see more than he was allowed to be shown, any journalist visiting the country is always accompanied by minders around the clock but Luca m

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The Dome

The Dome

Halfway between Austrailia and Hawaii in the middle of a seemingly endless pacific ocean we find a chain of islands that together form the nation of the Marshall Islands. Spread over 2 million square kilometres in the central pacific lie the Marshall Islands, a scattering of more than 1,000 islands and islets and few people have heard of Enewetak but it is the ground zero of US nuclear testing in

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