Featured Films

The Corporation

The Corporation documentary shows the development of the contemporary business corporation, from a legal entity that originated as a government-chartered institution meant to affect specific public functions, to the rise of the modern commercial institution entitled to most of the legal rights of a person.


Under The Knife

Under The Knife reveals the startling reality of a sweeping obsession with vanity. With our overwhelming fixation on beauty and self-image, this film takes us to California, the birthplace of plastic surgery, to observe the latest trends first hand.


Dead Man Walking

A Texas prison prepare for another execution of a young black man. Four leather belts will strap him to a white bed as he waits for the lethal injection. Glenn McGinniss feels like a dead man walking as he describes how at seventeen he stole money for his mother who was in prison


Ballet Russes

This documentary explores the birth of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo in the early 1930s. The heart of the film are the dancers themselves, who are sly, thoughtful, gossipy, and amazingly youthful in spirit, even the most difficult times are discussed with humour and honesty.


Cleveland Captives: What Really Happened?

This documentary investigates how the Cleveland captives could disappear from the same area and be held prisoners in the basement of a nearby house with no-one knowing anything about it for a decade.


Secret Space 2: Alien Invasion

Secret Space 2 reveals a wide range of evidence that points towards NASA hiding a big secret to mankind we are not alone and have never been alone. In the past conspiracy theorists have been branded a bad name


Surviving D-Day

Surviving D-Day is a fascinating documentary, interviewing the U.S soldiers who fought at Omaha, recalling their experiences as they approached the shore line under intense cross fire by the Germans.


The Sweatbox

A controversial documentary that has never been aired to the public in fear it would paint executives in a negative light.


Fukushima: Is Nuclear Power Safe?

Six months after the explosions at the Fukushima nuclear plant and the release of radiation there, Professor Jim Al-Khalili sets out to discover whether nuclear power is safe.


Iran’s Nuclear Secrets

In Iran, the race is on to go nuclear, for almost two decades, the nation has kept key nuclear facilities a secret from the world. They claim they have been developing nuclear energy for purely peaceful purposes.