As the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda approaches, it’s time for some of those who lived it to tell their stories. To reveal what really happened and how it was made possible. People like RTLM journalist, (...) +
Behind the Arab Spring and the violence in countries like Syria lies another hidden war. On one side, the Shiites, led by Iran. On the other, the Sunnis, under the protection of Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Two rival (...) +
We investigate the commercialization of the natural world. Protecting our planet has become a global market with companies like Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch using the environment to enrich their balance sheets. (...) +
How does Cambodia’s most famous temple statue end up in Sotheby’s auction catalogue? This film tells the story of a spectacular case of art robbery. We follow the route of an iconic warrior sculpture looted from a (...) +
The Siege of Leningrad began on 8 September 1941 and ended on 27 January 1944. For 872 days the city was surrounded. Within, the inhabitants fell into despair, starvation and cannibalism. The desperation didn’t begin (...) +
Lea Garofalo, 35. She went to the police with details of the numerous crimes of her Mafioso husband, Carlo Cosco. In revenge, Cosco kidnapped and murdered her before dissolving her body in acid.
Maria Concetta (...) +
This is the story of how the mobile phone entered our lives and changed everything.
In just a few decades, we left behind a stationary, slow world where people had to stay in certain places and use clumsy, fixed (...) +
Why are children as young as five being arrested in schools across the USA?
In a misguided attempt to avoid another Columbine, in ‘zero tolerance’ states like Texas, Florida and California, police forces armed with (...) +