• Colour Talks

    Colour Talks

    Marine animals manipulate color, depending on how they want to look. They communicate using colors and patterns we don’t see and change position and behaviour, depending on what they want to say. In a teeming social world of camouflage and display, marine animals talk in a language we haven’t yet understood. In a groundbreaking step

  • China’s Killer Zoos

    China’s Killer Zoos

    Sky News Asia Correspondent Peter Sharp reports on China’s zoos, described by campaigners as “insane asylums for animals”. Peter found examples of bears being trained to twirl blazing sticks and ride bicycles as well as animals kept in tiny cages suffering from what one shocked observer called “zoo-chosis.” Most disturbingly, Peter’s team filmed undercover at

  • Children Of The Amazon

    Children Of The Amazon

    Through captivating photos and interviews, Children of the Amazon tells the story of struggle and hope to protect the world’s largest tropical rainforest and its inhabitants. The film follows Brazilian filmmaker Denise Zmekhol as she travels a modern highway deep into the Amazon in search of the indigenous Surui and Negarote children she photographed fifteen

  • Charcoal Traffic & Solar Cooking In Bender Bayla

    Charcoal Traffic & Solar Cooking In Bender Bayla

    Washington, D.C. Premiere The first of these two short documentaries shows the deforestation caused by aggressive cutting of trees to make charcoal that is sold for cooking food. The second shows the successful introduction of solar cookers. Directed by Jim Lindsay. Written and Co-produced by Fatima Jibrell, winner of the 2008 National Geographic Society/Buffet Award

  • Cartoneros


    From the trash pickers who collect paper informally, through middlemen in warehouses, to executives in large corporate mills, this film spotlights the paper recycling process in Buenos Aires. This traditional local industry exploded into a multimillion-dollar industry after Argentina’s latest economic collapse. The film is both a record of an economic and social crisis and

  • Built For The People: The Story Of The Tva

    Built For The People: The Story Of The Tva

    Once ravaged by flooding, poverty and isolation, this 80,000 square-mile region of the Tennessee Valley has been transformed into one of the most desirable places to live in the nation today.  This documentary chronicles the creation of the TVA, which mobilized an entire nation to lift the South from the grip of the Great Depression.