Women of Hamas

Hamas’ takeover of Gaza turned it into one of the most controversial organizations in the world today. While the most prominent members of the group are men, most of its field work is carried out by cadres of women supporters, the most powerful women in the Palestinian territories.

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Where Soldiers Come From

From a snowy small town in Northern Michigan to the mountains of Afghanistan and back, the film follows the four-year journey of childhood friends, forever changed by a faraway war, and their disorientation and dislocation, their struggle to fit back into their daily routines and the effect their re-entry has had on their families and community.

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Thieves By Law

Made famous by the feature film “Eastern Promises”, former heads of Russia’s criminal underworld, the “vori v zakone” (“Thieves by Law”) share their story for the first time with the world. The thugs, who transformed into reputable businessmen, reveal in the most intimate detail how they came to influence Russia’s economy as it emerged from decades of Soviet rule, and how they used their vast wealth to build up a political base in a land that once treated them as common criminals

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State 194

In 2009, Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad launched a plan to demonstrate that his people were deserving of statehood, inspiring them to change their destiny and seek UN membership

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Author's POV

One Day After Peace

Robi Damelin, an Israeli of South African origin, lost her soldier son in the occupied territories. Robi tries to reconcile with her son’s Palestinian killer, however he refused, stating that her son was part of the occupation army. Now Robi travels to South Africa, 15 years after the end of Apartheid to seek answers from the South African model of the Truth and Reconciliation Committees

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Ingrid Betancourt: 6 Years in the Jungle

On 23rd February 2002 Ingrid Betancourt was kidnapped in Colombia by Marxist guerrillas of the FARC (The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia). She was held captive in the jungle for some six and a half years. On July 2nd 2008 Ingrid was freed along with 14 fellow hostages in the most daring of military rescues without a single shot being fired.

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No Fire Zone

The film tells the terrible narrative of the last 138 days, the last awful final months, with dramatic new testimony and evidence, of the 26-year-long Sri Lankan civil war, told by the people who lived through it

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Miles & War

Miles & War takes an up-close look at three international private peace mediators. When traditional diplomacy fails, these professionally trained people are sent to conflict zones to mediate between two opposing parties to broker a mutual understanding.

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Mission Congo

During an escalating refugee crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo, televangelist, multi-millionaire and leader of the religious right, Pat Robertson ran a media blitz on his television station, the Christian Broadcasting Network, to raise money for his charity Operation Blessing International. However, Robertson was simultaneously involved with a very different sort of mission in the area: diamond mining

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The Lab

An investigative documentary revealing how the Israeli military occupation in Palestine has become a business rather than a burden.

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