This kaleidoscopic essay film looks at decades of Queer representation in British media and popular culture to trace a chronicle of prejudice and misconception - and offer a reflection on the evolution of public acceptance.
This portrait of an Irish farmer fighting to maintain control of his ancestral land against the machinations of a multi-national corporation offers a humanistic interrogation of the prevailing model of economic development in a globalizing world.
This pertinent exposé shows the plight of unaccompanied asylum-seeking minors in 'the Jungle’ of Calais - a notorious camp that confined thousands of refugees in disastrous conditions amidst the distressed border politics of the EU.
A brilliant take on the global revival of far-right ideologies - this profile of a Czech white supremacist explores the tragicomically mundane conditions of provincial distress and how internet culture has been reshaping the psychology of hatred.
This compelling account follows a group of therapeutic clowns in a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos to reflect on the emotional undercurrents of the refugee experience - and the precarious state of children in times of displacement.
This pressing British documentary critically explores invisible threads behind contemporary media coverage in a new era of mass migration and refugee crisis - and the profound ethical conflicts facing the international press.
The fiery debate over the global influence of Islam - and its interaction with pluralist democracy - is explored in a dialogue between two influential public thinkers - Maajid Nawaz and Sam Harris.
This distinguished portrait of Berlin's historic Tempelhof Airport - a Nazi icon that has been repurposed as Germany's largest emergency shelter for asylum seekers - is an study of the institutional reconstitution of human lives.
Revealing the 1970's phenomenon of how young Muslim men seduced vacationing European women as practical means to get by - this film constructs a nuanced account of contemporary Muslim life and its relationship to the West.