The last of five films from NHK about the western end of the Silk Road, this one looks at Syria and Lebanon.
The first of five films from NHK about the western end of the Silk Road, this one looks at the southern Caucasus.
The second of this series of films in which people speak about the things that matter to them in their lives.
A film as unlikely as it is riveting in which people speak about the things that matter to them in their lives.
A devastating documentary on the effects of modern warfare, concentrating on people who are undoubtedly innocent of any crime or provocation: the children who were caught up in a war zone.
This week’s episode is about the evolution of photojournalism, from its beginnings with the Frenchman, Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the great photographers of the 20th century, up and to the coverage of the aftermath of 9/11.
How America changed its wartime policy of not bombing civilian targets and was eventually involved in the bombing of the population at the centre of Berlin is the theme of this documentary.
This is another impressionistic film about Cambodia, but it is much more solemn and haunting. It was filmed by Ellen Bruno in 1989, 10 years after the Vietnamese overthrew Pol Pot and set up their own government.
This is a ‘must see’ 64 minute documentary film. The film examines the widely unregarded worlds of Anthropology and Geopolitics in a very dynamic manner, and is probably stylistically quite unlike any documentary that you have previously seen.