Hacking JusticeClara Lopez Rubio, Juan Pancorbo, 2017
In the complicated context of world politics there is a saying that holds especially true: some people do good things that turn out to be bad and some do bad things that turn out to be good. Hacking Justice shows you who is who and what is what. - Red.
Tears of an Afghan WarlordPascale 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.
WarologyMenegazzo, 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.
Standing ArmyParenti, 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.
09:11 Zulu - Special Forces at the jobFranke, 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.
Afghanistan, Collateral DamageLazzaretti, 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.
Ahmed Shah MassoudMalhotra, 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.
Surviving AfghanistanImielska, Małgorzata, 2012
For years, soldiers from the country and NATO member Poland set out for the war in Afghanistan, including the five soldiers shown in this documentary film.
Power and Terror - Noam Chomsky in Our TimesJunkerman, 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.
Fokking Hell!Velde, Peter ter & Feijten, Eric & Stakelbeek, Hans, 2010
How could one possibly know what the life of a Dutch soldier deployed in Afghanistan looks like?
Smile and waveJongbloed, Marijke, 2003
Smile and Wave is a cinematographic journey through post-war Afghanistan in 2002 as seen through the eyes of the Dutch peacekeeping force.
Why We FightJarecki, Eugene, 2005
A documentary that examines America's policies regarding making war, most recently the Iraq war and what is termed pre-emptive strikes (The Bush-doctrine).
The returnVerhey, Joost, 1990
If you've read khaled Hosseini bestsellers A thousand splendid suns or Kite Runner, than the documentary film The Return by Joost Verhey is a must see. The Return takes you back to the Afghan refugee camps in 1989/1990.
The Devils WindMalhotra, Iqbal, 2005
In "The Devil's Wind" Indian director, Iqbal Malhotra, follows in the footsteps of Kipling's Great Gamers and tries to juxtapose the lessons of the past with the reality op the present.
The Power of Nightmares Part IIICurtis, Adam, 2005
This is part III of the award winning BBC series. It questions whether we should be worried about the threat from organised terrorism or is it simply a phantom menace being used to stop society from falling apart?
The Power of Nightmares Part IICurtis, Adam, 2005
This is part II of the award winning BBC series. It questions whether we should be worried about the threat from organised terrorism or is it simply a phantom menace being used to stop society from falling apart?