Conflict

Afghan War

  • 58 min.

    Tears of an Afghan Warlord

    Pascale Bourgaux, 2011

    The documentary Tears of an Afghan Warlord gives a unique insight in the influence of the Taliban on the people of Afghanistan. The story is set in the village Dasht-e Qaleh, deep down in rural Afghanistan.

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  • 85 min.

    Warology

    Menegazzo, Morgan, 2011

    In the documentary Warology several war experts, ranging from politicians and scientists to military officials, reflect on the evolution of warfare in the twentieth century.

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  • 52 min.

    Standing Army

    Parenti, Enrico & Fazi, Thomas, 2010

    During the Second World War America made a start establishing what would later be known as the Military-Industrial Complex, an intricate relation between government legislation, weapons industry and economy.

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  • 55 min.

    09:11 Zulu - Special Forces at the job

    Franke, Viktor, 2006

    Embedded as a war journalist filmmaker Viktor Franke joined the Dutch and US Special Forces for more than two months in the heart of enemy Taliban lines in Uruzgan. In vivid detail the film shows how the special forces operate in enemy territory.

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Algerian War

  • 120 min.

    China is still far

    Bensmail, Malek, 2009

    Director Malek Bensmaïl visits Ghassira, a small village nestled in the Aurès mountains, where fifty years ago the Algerian revolution started.

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  • 165 min.

    The Secret Files

    Courriere, Yves & Monnier, Philip, 1972

    After the Second World War the dissolution of European imperialism was inevitable. The raising demands for self-determination and equality of Asian and African peoples led to worldwide decolonization.

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  • 51 min.

    The Algerian war IV

    Batty, Peter, 1984

    The demonstrations and riots by Pieds-Noirs in 1959-60 against the French government are the main topics of the fourth episode of the Algerian war.

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  • 47 min.

    The Algerian war V

    Batty, Peter, 1984

    The final episode in the Algerian War documentary series deals with the final two years before Algerian independence, a turbulent time in the country's history.

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Apartheid, Discrimination & Racism

  • 74 min.

    Refugees: who needs them?

    Miles Roston, 2012

    A very touching view on the lives of refugees in The Netherlands, brought with a bit of humor.

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  • 31 min.

    Eugenics; In the Name of Progress - Part I

    Brauna, Grzegorza, 2011

    Striving for perfection of humankind by erasing all differences and flaws sounds to many of us as dangerous and unethical. The image of crazy scientists conducting experiments in order to create the perfect human being looks like science fiction.

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  • 55 min.

    Across the border

    Vredeveld, Saskia, 1999

    In this film, four white South African veterans who fought on the border of occupied Namibia and Angola in the 70s and 80s together with thousands of other young white conscript soldiers reflect on their terrifying adventures.

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  • 24 min.

    Affectionately known as Alex

    Turken, Danny, 2008

    In this film, four white South African veterans who fought on the border of occupied Namibia and Angola in the 70s and 80s together with thousands of other young white conscript soldiers reflect on their terrifying adventures.

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Arab Israeli conflict

  • 65 min.

    The alpha diaries

    Bergman, Yaniv, 2007

    Alpha diaries is the story of young Israeli men who are drafted every year by the Israeli army to become soldiers for 30 days.

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  • 54 min.

    A philosopher for all seasons

    Brunner, Benny, 1991

    This is a tribute to a famous scholar and controversial Israeli icon. Armed with a sharp mind and a strong opinion, an 88 year old Yeshayahu Leibowitz creates passionate monologues about the separation of state and religion.

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  • 53 min.

    Al Nakba

    Brunner, Benny, 1997

    Al Nakba is a term meaning "cataclysm" or "the catastrophe". It is the term with which Palestinians usually refer to the refugee flight of the Palestinian Arabs during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, or more specifically the,Palestinian exodus.

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  • 59 min.

    The cult of a suicide bomber II

    Toolis, Kevin, 2008

    In this vital film by director Kevin Toolis, CIA veteran and author Robert Baer discovers how the phenomenon of suicide bombing has spread and changed the role of women in the Middle East, and crucially tells us how this threat can be defeated.

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Camps

  • 90 min.

    Welcome to Paradise

    Poutte, Manuel, 2008

    From a refugee camp to a small american town, the film depicts the destiny of a somali couple, candidate to asylum.

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  • 132 min.

    The Srebrenica Debate

    Zonlicht Producties, 2012

    On April 2, 2012 DocsOnline organized a debating night in Amsterdam about the Srebrenica Genocide. The debate was held to commemorate this tragic event in which 8.000 Muslim Bosniaks were brutally massacred by the Bosnian Serb Army.

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  • 75 min.

    Far from the villages

    Zuchuat , Olivier, 2008

    Filmmaker Olivier Zuchuat joins the refugees of the Darfur conflict in eastern Chad where they create their own way of life and means of survival.

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  • 47 min.

    Niggers

    Martino, Antonio, 2010

    What happens to African asylum seekers once they have reached Italian coasts?

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Civil War Lebanon

  • 82 min.

    The one man village

    Habre, Simon El, 2008

    A moving, poignant story, One Man Village is Lebanese director Simon El Habres documentary on the life of his uncle, farmer Semaan El Habre.

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  • 80 min.

    Beirut diaries

    Masr, Mai, 2006

    In de documentaire Beirut Diaries zien we de discussies onder jongeren en de maatschappij na de aanslag op voormalig Minister President Rafiq Hariri in het voorjaar van 2005.

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Civil War Nicaragua

  • 51 min.

    Something remains

    Capelli, Luciano & Ruggeri, Andrea, 2001

    Narrated from the perspective of several generations of Nicaraguans, Something remains tells the story of the turbulent twenty-two years in their nation's recent history.

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  • 70 min.

    Que viva Mauricio Demierre

    Goel, Stephane, 2006

    Que vivamauricio Demierre evokes the tragic destiny of Mauricio Demierre who took part in the Sandinist revolution and was killed in an ambush held by the Contras in February 1986.

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Civil War Rwanda

  • 49 min.

    Rwanda, the hills speak

    Bellefroid, Bernard, 2005

    This film tells the moving story of the consequences of the civil war and subsequent genocide that shook the eastern African country of Rwanda in 1994.

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  • 55 min.

    Iseta

    Reina, Juan, 2008

    During April 1994, on quiet road in Kigali a group of neighbours in Rwanda were filmed. This was the opening days of the Rwandan Genocide.

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  • 60 min.

    Crossroads

    Molenaar, Hillie & Wijk, Joop van, 1997

    This documentary highlights the changes due to the massive flow of Rwandan civil war refugees to Tanzania in 1994.

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Civil War Spain

  • 55 min.

    30 Years of Darkness

    Martin, Manuel, 2012

    The extaordinary story of Manuel Cortes told in this film seems unreal. However, the story of his life is familiar to hundreds of other Spanish people, fearing the repression of the infamous regime of dictator Franco after the Spanish Civil War.

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  • 90 min.

    Living Utopia

    Gamero, Juan, 1997

    In 1996, the director visits the reunion of the 1936 social revolution in Spain. The guests are old and grey, but still appear to have a burning passion for the main cause, anarchism.

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  • 59 min.

    Los Nietos

    Jeunehomme, Marie-Paule, 2008

    This documentary breaks the silence surrounding the murders committed by pro-Franco forces in northern Spain in the 30s and 40s.

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Colonialism & Imperialism

  • 52 min.

    Tibet the Chinese Lie

    Debord, Bernard, 2009

    Situated deep in the Himalayas lies the former sovereign nation Tibet. Also known as The Roof of the World, the geographical location of this spiritual country kept it relatively isolated for centuries conserving a deep-rooted Buddhist culture.

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  • 52 min.

    Standing Army

    Parenti, Enrico & Fazi, Thomas, 2010

    During the Second World War America made a start establishing what would later be known as the Military-Industrial Complex, an intricate relation between government legislation, weapons industry and economy.

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  • 165 min.

    The Secret Files

    Courriere, Yves & Monnier, Philip, 1972

    After the Second World War the dissolution of European imperialism was inevitable. The raising demands for self-determination and equality of Asian and African peoples led to worldwide decolonization.

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  • 51 min.

    Treatment for traitors

    Bertels, Ike, 1983

    Documentary compilation from historic footage shot by the National Institute of Cinema in Mozambique which looks at the rehabilitation of former colonial government collaborators by the government of Samora Machel, the former president of mozambique.

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Crime

  • 60 min.

    Domitiana Road

    Montesarchio, Romano, 2008

    The Domitiana is an ancient Roman road, on the border between the provinces of Naples and Caserta. Traditionally it was built for leisure, nowadays the noblest of roads has become the very worse.

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  • 52 min.

    Tibet the Chinese Lie

    Debord, Bernard, 2009

    Situated deep in the Himalayas lies the former sovereign nation Tibet. Also known as The Roof of the World, the geographical location of this spiritual country kept it relatively isolated for centuries conserving a deep-rooted Buddhist culture.

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  • 53 min.

    The French Connection: Inside the New Mafias

    Conforti, Barbara & Pierrat, Jerome, 2013

    Fleeing prosecution in their countries of origin or exploiting larger money making opportunities abroad, international criminal networks nowadays scatter all over the world. Also France has become a target for international criminal groups.

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  • 58 min.

    The spy inside

    Veber, Erle, 2010

    His job was to protect NATOs secrets but he ended up selling them to the Kremlin. He passed confidential documents over to the Russians, jeopardizing the security of the West, becoming Russias highest ranking spy in NATO.

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Dirty War Argentina

  • 23 min.

    A time to fight - part I

    Vazquez, Rodrigo, 2012

    Twenty years after the military coup and the Dirty War in Argentina, the sons and daughters of the Disappeared created a movement called HIJOS. With interviews from the 1990s to 2011, this film chronicles 15 years of struggle for justice.

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  • 24 min.

    A time to fight - part II

    Vazquez, Rodrigo, 2012

    Twenty years after the military coup and the Dirty War in Argentina, the sons and daughters of the Disappeared created a movement called HIJOS. With interviews from the 1990s to 2011, this film chronicles 15 years of struggle for justice.

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  • 57 min.

    The furthest boundary

    Ratto, Pablo, 2004

    Director Ratto succesfully intertwines the clinical world of forensic anthropology with the moving stories of Argentinian people searching for the traces of their disappeared loved ones.

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  • 141 min.

    M

    Prividera, Nicolas & Ratto, Pablo, 2007

    Nicolas Prividera, Argentinan filmmaker and son of Marta Sierra tells the story of his mother who disappeared when Videla seized power in 1976.

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Genocide

  • 132 min.

    The Srebrenica Debate

    Zonlicht Producties, 2012

    On April 2, 2012 DocsOnline organized a debating night in Amsterdam about the Srebrenica Genocide. The debate was held to commemorate this tragic event in which 8.000 Muslim Bosniaks were brutally massacred by the Bosnian Serb Army.

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  • 43 min.

    Between Heaven and Hell

    Seelen, Joost, 2002

    Between heaven and hell, is a documentary about Vught, the World War II Dutch concentration camp. In stories related by survivors, Camp Vught is portrayed as the western entrance to the hell that included Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, and Sobibor.

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  • 36 min.

    The passenger on bus 73: Catching Karadzic

    Tellingen, Robert van, 2008

    On the 21st of juli 2008 Radovan Karadzic , one of the most wanted war criminals in the world, is arrested on a bus in Belgrade after being hunted for almost 10 years.

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  • 52 min.

    Tibet the Chinese Lie

    Debord, Bernard, 2009

    Situated deep in the Himalayas lies the former sovereign nation Tibet. Also known as The Roof of the World, the geographical location of this spiritual country kept it relatively isolated for centuries conserving a deep-rooted Buddhist culture.

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Human Rights

  • 53 min.

    My Child, My Sister

    Violaine de Villers, 2005

    Khadia Diallo is a Senegalese woman who emigrated to Belgium. In her country she suffered the most serious sexual mutilation.

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  • 52 min.

    Tibet the Chinese Lie

    Debord, Bernard, 2009

    Situated deep in the Himalayas lies the former sovereign nation Tibet. Also known as The Roof of the World, the geographical location of this spiritual country kept it relatively isolated for centuries conserving a deep-rooted Buddhist culture.

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  • 60 min.

    Cambodia: The Virginity Trade

    Watson, Matthew, 2009

    Cambodia: The Virginity Trade is a compelling and alarming account of the lives of girls and women affected by the virginity trade and sex industry present in Cambodia.

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  • 64 min.

    Cannot run away

    Molenaar, Hillie & Wijk, Joop van, 1988

    Every year, thousands of poor girls from all over Asia, but particularly from the Philippines, fall victim to an organized international prostitution racket.

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Iraq War

  • 27 min.

    Babilon.pl

    Jaroszewicz, Kropat, Kalukin, Maciejewski, Staron, 2004

    The directors have gone out of their way to make an unique documentary film by showing authentic images of the daily life of Polish soldiers deployed in Iraq, as part of the NATO training operation after the 2003 Iraq war.

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  • 52 min.

    Standing Army

    Parenti, Enrico & Fazi, Thomas, 2010

    During the Second World War America made a start establishing what would later be known as the Military-Industrial Complex, an intricate relation between government legislation, weapons industry and economy.

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  • 73 min.

    Power and Terror - Noam Chomsky in Our Times

    Junkerman, John, 2002

    Have you always wanted to attend to a lecture of the famous intellectual and critic Noam Chomsky but never had the opportunity? Now is your chance to hear his argumentation and see him connect with his audience.

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  • 82 min.

    The Blood of My Brother

    Berends, Andrew, 2005

    Andrew Berends presents a moving story of Ibrahim and his family in Najaf, a town 160 km south of Baghdad, Iraq. The family is dealing with the death of his brother, Ra'ad, killed by American gunfire in late 2003.

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Khmer Rouge

  • 64 min.

    Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge - Part I: Politics of power and terror

    Maben, Adrian, 2001

    When in 1975 the Khmer Rouge seized power, the Cambodian population, tired of Lon Nol and the bloody civil war, welcomed the soldiers with open arms. Little did they know, it was the beginning of something worse.

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  • 51 min.

    Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge - Part III: Crime without Punishment

    Maben, Adrian, 2001

    After the death ofPol Pot and the implosion of the the Khmer Rouge, a revival of national culture and religion took place in Cambodia. Still, the hideous actions of the Khmer Rouge remain vivid in the nightmares of Cambodian families.

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  • 60 min.

    Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge - Part II: The mystery of Pol Pot

    Maben, Adrian, 2001

    Who exactly was the Janus-faced Saloth Sar: a polite child, a friendly teacher, a charming politician, or a cruel, relentless murderer? The latter plays a central part in this film.

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  • 65 min.

    Deacon of Death

    Berg, Jan van den, 2004

    The audience is introduced to Sok Chea, a victim of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia in the 70s, as she confronts Karoby, the man she remembers killing her family and others in their village when she was a child.

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Military & Soldiers

  • 55 min.

    Closed District

    Pierre Yves-Vandeweerd, 2005

    In 1996 filmmaker Pierre Yves-Vandeweerd travelled to the village of Mankien in South Sudan to film the civil war that was raging on in that area for decades. The town always had a strategic position.

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  • 49 min.

    Hijacking the Arab Spring

    Redouani, Kamal, 2012

    For decades, the Muslim Brotherhood was an outlawed organization, marginalized and persecuted. Today, along with the Salafists and other Muslim groups, they are the principal winners of the Arab revolutions.

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  • 52 min.

    Standing Army

    Parenti, Enrico & Fazi, Thomas, 2010

    During the Second World War America made a start establishing what would later be known as the Military-Industrial Complex, an intricate relation between government legislation, weapons industry and economy.

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  • 65 min.

    The alpha diaries

    Bergman, Yaniv, 2007

    Alpha diaries is the story of young Israeli men who are drafted every year by the Israeli army to become soldiers for 30 days.

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September 11 Attacks

  • 85 min.

    Warology

    Menegazzo, Morgan, 2011

    In the documentary Warology several war experts, ranging from politicians and scientists to military officials, reflect on the evolution of warfare in the twentieth century.

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  • 56 min.

    Afghanistan, Collateral Damage

    Lazzaretti, Fabrizio & Vendemmiati, Alberto, 2001

    In the wake of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the plight of ordinary Afghans is seen through the eyes of the Independent Medical Relief group, Emergency.

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  • 52 min.

    Standing Army

    Parenti, Enrico & Fazi, Thomas, 2010

    During the Second World War America made a start establishing what would later be known as the Military-Industrial Complex, an intricate relation between government legislation, weapons industry and economy.

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  • 53 min.

    Ahmed Shah Massoud

    Malhotra, Iqbal, 2005

    This informative documentary is about the life and times of the late Commander Ahmad Shah Massoud, the famous Afghan leader. He was assassinated by two Tunisian assassins on September 9, 2001.

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Terrorism

  • 54 min.

    Chronique Basque

    Marie-Paule Jeunehomme, 2012

    Aritz Arrieta is the target of an ETA death threat and lives under the constant protection of his two bodyguards.

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  • 52 min.

    Atomic Africa

    Kolvenbach, Marcel, 2013

    The African continent is rapidly developing itself economically. The only bottleneck in this process are readily available resources. Besides money these mainly consist of poor infrastructure and availability of energy, especially electricity.

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  • 48 min.

    The cult of a Suicide Bomber III

    Toolis, Kevin, 2007

    As suicide bombers become increasingly active in Western countries and have a huge impact on normal day life such as the 7/7 London subway bombings, new questions and concerns rise.

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  • 56 min.

    Afghanistan, Collateral Damage

    Lazzaretti, Fabrizio & Vendemmiati, Alberto, 2001

    In the wake of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the plight of ordinary Afghans is seen through the eyes of the Independent Medical Relief group, Emergency.

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Veterans

  • 90 min.

    The color of sacrifice

    Boucif, Mourad, 2006

    The documentary is about men who came from the colonised countries and were forced to enlist and play a crucial role during the Second World War.

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  • 55 min.

    Across the border

    Vredeveld, Saskia, 1999

    In this film, four white South African veterans who fought on the border of occupied Namibia and Angola in the 70s and 80s together with thousands of other young white conscript soldiers reflect on their terrifying adventures.

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  • 75 min.

    First Kill

    Schrijber, Coco, 2001

    If you're open for new perspectives on war, this movie is a must see. What is the psychology of war? Do soldiers become murderers when they enjoy killing? Is war beautiful? Are all humans capable of monstrous acts?

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  • 86 min.

    Tabee Toean

    Verheul, Tom, 1995

    In Tabee Toean five veterans of the Indonesian War of Independence (1945-1949) share their recollections, telling us how they as young soldiers, unprepared for guerrilla warfare, found themselves in a devil's circle of excessive violence and cruelty.

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Vietnam War

  • 43 min.

    Children of Agent Orange

    Vuorinen, Risto, 2011

    Children of Agent Orange is a documentary about the long term environmental and especially health effects of the herbicides and defoliants used in the Vietnam War.

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  • 52 min.

    The ghost of My Lai

    Crepu, Jean, 2008

    On March 16, 1968, during the Vietnam War , a group of American soldiers committed a massacre in the Vietnamese village of My Lai. Men, women, children and the elderly were shot in cold blood. The My Lai massacre was a turning point in the Vietnam War.

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  • 112 min.

    Hearts and Minds

    Davis, Peter, 1974

    In the controversial Hearts and Minds, Peter Davis impressively illustrates the excesses and consequences of the Vietnam War.

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  • 75 min.

    First Kill

    Schrijber, Coco, 2001

    If you're open for new perspectives on war, this movie is a must see. What is the psychology of war? Do soldiers become murderers when they enjoy killing? Is war beautiful? Are all humans capable of monstrous acts?

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Violence

  • 63 min.

    Breaking the spell

    Lewis, Tim & Ream, Tim & Rock, Sir Chuck A., 1999

    The WTO ministerial congress always receives massive attention from the anti capitalist movement. The protesters form the dynamic and energetic center of this documentary.

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  • 24 min.

    Angels on our shoulder

    Spitz, Andy, 2008

    On Saturday 17 march 2008, 4 days after xenophobic violence erupted in Alexandra, South Africa, the squatter camps and townships around Germiston and Primrose exploded.

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  • 73 min.

    Power and Terror - Noam Chomsky in Our Times

    Junkerman, John, 2002

    Have you always wanted to attend to a lecture of the famous intellectual and critic Noam Chomsky but never had the opportunity? Now is your chance to hear his argumentation and see him connect with his audience.

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  • 52 min.

    Forest of Crocodiles

    Aitken, Mark, 2009

    How do white South-Africans deal with their fears of crime, violence and black people?

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War on Terror

  • 53 min.

    Ahmed Shah Massoud

    Malhotra, Iqbal, 2005

    This informative documentary is about the life and times of the late Commander Ahmad Shah Massoud, the famous Afghan leader. He was assassinated by two Tunisian assassins on September 9, 2001.

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  • 49 min.

    A way out of the war on terror

    Locher, Chai, 2008

    Some call it the War on Terror; some call it the Clash of Civilizations; but Alastair Crooke calls it just another conflict on the global political game board to resolve. And for him thatÂ’s just another day at work.

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  • 52 min.

    Standing Army

    Parenti, Enrico & Fazi, Thomas, 2010

    During the Second World War America made a start establishing what would later be known as the Military-Industrial Complex, an intricate relation between government legislation, weapons industry and economy.

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  • 73 min.

    Power and Terror - Noam Chomsky in Our Times

    Junkerman, John, 2002

    Have you always wanted to attend to a lecture of the famous intellectual and critic Noam Chomsky but never had the opportunity? Now is your chance to hear his argumentation and see him connect with his audience.

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Weapons

  • 54 min.

    Lessons of the blood

    Hong, James T., 2010

    Many warfare atrocities have been purposely tucked away, as is the case with the biological and chemical warfare used by Japan during World War 2, on Chinese citizens living in the Pingfang district.

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  • 52 min.

    Standing Army

    Parenti, Enrico & Fazi, Thomas, 2010

    During the Second World War America made a start establishing what would later be known as the Military-Industrial Complex, an intricate relation between government legislation, weapons industry and economy.

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  • 106 min.

    Costa Rica SA I & II

    Ortega, Pablo, 2006

    This is a two part documentary series that explores several polemical aspects of the The Dominican Republic- Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA): the inclusion of war weapons as objects of commerce for Costa Rica, a country without an army.

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  • 52 min.

    Atomic Africa

    Kolvenbach, Marcel, 2013

    The African continent is rapidly developing itself economically. The only bottleneck in this process are readily available resources. Besides money these mainly consist of poor infrastructure and availability of energy, especially electricity.

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World War II

  • 68 min.

    Alyosha

    Muhu, Meelis, 2008

    For Estonians Alyosha, the Bronze_soldier_of_Tallinn is more than just a statue. Some people admire the statue as a monument for great patriotic war soldiers, whilst others see the statue as evil propaganda for the USSR.

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  • 52 min.

    Forever Yours

    Csango, Monica, 2005

    The everlasting love of a grandmother for her husband who apparently died in a camp during WWII is shrouded in mystery. When her granddaughter, director Monica Csango, sees a photo from Bombay, India she suspects her grandfather did not die after all.

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  • 85 min.

    Warology

    Menegazzo, Morgan, 2011

    In the documentary Warology several war experts, ranging from politicians and scientists to military officials, reflect on the evolution of warfare in the twentieth century.

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  • 52 min.

    Standing Army

    Parenti, Enrico & Fazi, Thomas, 2010

    During the Second World War America made a start establishing what would later be known as the Military-Industrial Complex, an intricate relation between government legislation, weapons industry and economy.

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Yugoslavian War

  • 132 min.

    The Srebrenica Debate

    Zonlicht Producties, 2012

    On April 2, 2012 DocsOnline organized a debating night in Amsterdam about the Srebrenica Genocide. The debate was held to commemorate this tragic event in which 8.000 Muslim Bosniaks were brutally massacred by the Bosnian Serb Army.

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  • 67 min.

    Jack, de Balkan en ik NL

    Kreso, Sergej, 2008

    In 1972, gaat de Belgische-Congolese popster Jack Roskam leven in Joegoslavië. Na een grote carrière als gitaarspeler in de rockgroep “Galija”, gaat zijn leven, door de oorlog, totaal veranderen.

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  • 85 min.

    Warology

    Menegazzo, Morgan, 2011

    In the documentary Warology several war experts, ranging from politicians and scientists to military officials, reflect on the evolution of warfare in the twentieth century.

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  • 89 min.

    In the shadow of war

    Scott, Georgia & Scott, Sophia, 2014

    In the shadow of war tells the compelling stories of four young people as they struggle to survive a war that ended nearly 20 years ago. The physical conflict is over - but its psychological impact continues. Can they break the cycle of violence?

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