Unexpectedly filled with moments of poetry and humour, Palestine Blues tells the story of a village's confusion and desperation; their daily victories and wrenching defeats.
Go on a road trip into our dependence on oil and look into the future of a wide-range of renewable energy and bio-fuels.
An age-obsessed daughter of a plastic surgeon takes a journey through America's $60 billion a year anti-ageing world.
What happened to the members of a history making team, from one of the least understood countries in the world?
In 2007, it emerged that a small group of young men were surfing Gaza, sharing battered surfboards.
This award-winning documentary offers a rare glimpse into the lives of military families dealing with the loss of loved ones to friendly fire.
An investigation into our troubled relation with LSD, told from its beginnings through to now.
This is the epic history of Afghanistan seen through the eyes of an Afghan warrior, independent filmmakers and a small group of journalists, two who died covering the story.
What would you call a four-year-old who caresses all the lampposts in the park? Quirky? Unusual? Or sick? Such labels are at the centre of the debate about autism.
A State of Mind follows two North Korean schoolgirls and their families in the lead up to the Mass Games of North Korea
Hear the stories of the children who live in constant fear of kidnap, forced slavery and decimation of family.
A biographical film featuring Captain Paul Watson, the youngest founding member of Greenpeace Canada.
Thrust into the global spotlight after the tragic death of her wife Kate and then discriminated against by hospital and funeral home staff, Charlene Strong decided to take a stand that forced a rethink in the US about marriage equality.