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Korengal

Academy Award® nominee (Restrepo) Sebastian Junger chronicled the lives of US Soldiers in Afghanistan. Using never seen before footage we return to B Company in the Korengal Valley.

Pantani: The Accidental Death of a Cyclist

In 1998 Marco Pantani took the cycling world by storm when he won both the Giro D’Italia and the Tour De France – a feat that has not since been matched.  Just six years later, Pantani was found dead in a cheap hotel room. This film charts his meteoric ascent to the top of his sport on the mountains he loved and explores the darker side of the sport that led to his tragic downfall.

Pussy Riot - A Punk Prayer

Filmed over six months, this is the incredible story of three young women who performed a "punk prayer" inside Russia's main cathedral. This performance led to their arrest on charges of religious hatred and culminated in a trial that has reverberated around the world and transformed Russian society forever. With unparalleled, exclusive access, this film looks at the real people behind their famous colourful balaclavas. Following the intricate twists of the trial, we learn what transformed these women from political activists in to modern icons.

Are you a ready for a Pussy Riot?

Smash and Grab

In their own words and with unprecedented access, the most successful jewel thieves of all take you into their world. But as thieves brazenly commit their crimes across the world, Interpol and global police forces are tightening their grip. Is this the end of the Pink Panthers?

Stolen Seas

Stolen Seas questions everything you know about Somali Pirates.

The Square

An immersive story of the ongoing Egyptian Revolution. In the days leading up to the fall of Mubarak, we follow our characters on their journey through the euphoria of victory into danger from the continued injustices of the military regime - a regime that has been in power longer than the dictator that they removed.

Which Way is the Front Line from Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington

Award winning photojournalist Tim Hetherington searched for the humanity in conflict. From Liberia to Libya, where he was killed in a mortar blast, Hetherington's footage conveys a sense of intimacy in contrast to the violence surrounding him. That was Hetherington's rare gift. Director Sebastian Junger weaves footage of Hetherington at work and moving interviews with his family.

Restrepo

One Platoon. One valley. One year. Restrepo chronicles the one-year deployment of a platoon of American soldiers in one of the most dangerous outposts in Afghanistan; the Korengal valley. Academy Award Nominated Best Documentary and Winner 2010 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize Best Documentary.

Rubble Kings

From 1968 to 1975, gangs ruled New York City. Neither law enforcement nor social agency could end the escalating bloodshed. Peace came only through the birth of hip-hop culture, the most unlikely and courageous of events that would change the world for generations to come.

Brooklyn Boheme

This is an intimate portrait of the vibrant African American arts community that exploded in Fort Greene, Brooklyn during the 80's and 90's.

The Sound of Mumbai

For one emotional night, a group of slum children in Mumbai, India, get a chance to experience a different world as they perform The Sound of Music with classical orchestra, fostering hopes that it could change their lives forever.

The Human Tower

A breathtaking look at those dedicated to a heart-pounding ancient tradition; as they reach fearlessly skyward, three continents come together in a sublime moment of trust, glory and endeavour.

The List

This modern-day Oskar Schindler story focuses on Kirk Johnson, a young American fighting to save thousands of Iraqis whose lives are in danger because they worked for the U.S. rebuilding Iraq.

The Last Patrol

Going to war is confusing, but it’s nothing compared to coming home. Academy Award nominee Sebastian Junger, author of The Perfect Storm, accompanied two combat veterans and a photojournalist on a 300 mile walk along the railroad lines from Washington D.C. to Pittsburgh.

Sleeping under bridges, bathing in rivers and dodging the police, they encounter a country they no longer feel a part of. Recreating the closeness of soldiers in combat, they reflect on the intoxication of war and how to bring vets home.

The Battle of the Sexes

It was a match made in heaven: she was the darling of American tennis, an outspoken activist against sexism in sport and society; he was the charismatic, fast talking, hustling chauvinist showman. Yet their unlikely 'courtship', in the midst of a social revolution, captured the imaginations of people around the world, empowered a generation, and changed sport forever.