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Love & Sex in Japan
In the Land of the Rising Sun, love and relationships are in danger. A quarter of all Japanese people aged 30 to 40 are virgins and 50% of the population admits to not having sex regularly. Unsurprisingly, this has led…
The Church: Code of Silence - Investigating Priests Accused of Pedophilia
Secret internal documents reveal how church officials have protected priests accused of pedophilia by moving them from country-to-country, sometimes as far away as to Africa. They call it 'the geographical solution'. Even Pope Francis is implicated. When he was bishop…
Poisoned Lives - Secrets of the Chemical Industry
Alice, Kenton, Bucky, and Rachna are the hidden victims of the chemical industry. They all grew up in either India or in the US, in towns built around plastic and pesticide factories. For a long time, their resounding success has…
Living Without Water
What's it like to live without running water? In Peru's sprawling capital, Lima, this is the everyday reality for 1.5 million children and adults, forced to pay up to a week's salary for just one day's water. And the problem…
CIA: Covert Experiments - CIA Mind-Control Experiments in the 1950's
In August 1951, inhabitants of the picturesque French village of Pont-Saint-Esprit were suddenly tormented by terrifying hallucinations. People imagined lions and tigers were coming to eat them. A man jumped out of a window thinking he was a dragonfly. At…
7 Days in Kigali - The 1994 Rwandan Genocide
RWANDA - 1994: An inter-ethnic genocide erupts on an industrial scale. What happened in Rwanda was not simply spontaneous; it was a planned genocide. Lists were made. Weapons were collected. The radio station, RTLM (Radio Television Libre des Mille Collines),…
UN: Last Station Before Hell - The Mission of the United Nations in a Rapidly Changing World
The United Nations created the novel concept of "soldiers for peace." But can peace be enforced militarily? The original mission of the United Nations was "to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war" by maintaining peace and security between…
Open Windows - Lesbian Women Share their Stories
In Madrid and in Paris, Boti, Empar, Micheline and Jocelyne, four lesbian women in their seventies tell of their fears, their desires, their differences... They are still active, or activists, and will not give in to the passage of time;…
Meat Lobby - An Investigation of the Meat Industry
In 2015, the WHO listed one of the additives in processed meats as carcinogenic. That same additive was nearly banned in America in the 1970s - until lobbying from the meat industry discredited the scientists. We reveal how, to impede…
The Stolen - Lost Children in Spain
Shortly after the Spanish Civil War, up to 300,000 babies in Spain were stolen from "undesirable" families and trafficked by an unholy alliance of doctors, the Catholic Church, and Franco's Secret police. Decades later, some of these stolen children try…
The 1936 Olympic Games - Nazi Secrets at the Berlin Olympics
Berlin, Germany. August 1936. Hundreds of thousands of spectators gather to watch as Hitler and the Olympic delegates arrived at the opening ceremony. Olympic flags hang cheerfully side-by-side to the banners bearing the Nazi swastika. What really happened behind-the-scenes at…
Erdogan - The Making of a Sultan
In this acclaimed new documentary, Emmy and BAFTA award-winning director, Gilles Cayatte, and expert on Turkish affairs Guillaume Perrier, profile President Erdogan. He rose to power as the anti-corruption candidate, challenging the old order and advocating closer ties with the…
Songs of War - Music as a Weapon
Winner of an international Emmy. Music elates, touches the soul and bypasses reason. Music is magic. But precisely this magic can turn it into an insidious weapon - for music and violence belong together. The brutal power of African war…
Mozambique: Ending Poverty - The United Nation's Plan to Eradicate Poverty
At the end 2015 the United Nations, while celebrating their 70th anniversary, will announce the results of the Millennium Development Goals initiated in 2000, and the new agenda for the coming years. Foremost among the objectives was the eradication of…
Sweatshop: The Hunt for a Living Wage - Fashion Bloggers Return to Sweatshops in Cambodia
In 2014, three young fashion bloggers came to Phnom Pehn for the first time to spend a month and live the life of a Cambodian garment worker. At the time, they did not know much about how their clothes were…
30 Years of Darkness - The Spanish Civil War
"A real gem, fusing interviews, analysis and some terrific animation into an intriguing whole that plays like an intelligent thriller. " - Variety Nominated for the Best Documentary Award at the 2012 Goyas, this is the unbelievable story of Manuel…
You Will Not Have My Hate - A Man Rebuilds His Life After a Terrorist Attack
Based on the International Bestseller by Filmmaker Antoine Leiris Days after the murder of his wife in the 2015 Bataclan attacks, Antoine Leiris wrote an open letter on Facebook to his wife's killer. It was a letter of exceptional grace…
Brand Irish - The Global Marketing of Irish Traditions
Why is it that St Patrick's Day is the only national holiday that is celebrated in almost every country across the world? Why can Irish pubs be found from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe? It seems that nearly everybody on the planet…
Should You Vaccinate? - Arguments For and Against Modern Vaccinations
Vaccines are widely regarded as one of the greatest achieves of modern medicine and save millions of lives every year. But there are an increasing number of families who decide, for one reason or another, not to vaccinate their children.…
I Will Be Murdered - Murder in Guatemala
A murder story, a love story and a thriller. In May 2009, Rodrigo Rosenberg, a wealthy, charismatic lawyer went cycling near his home in Guatemala City and was murdered. Nothing unusual there: Guatemala has a murder rate four times higher…