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.

    Watch documentary
  • 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.

    Watch documentary
  • 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.

    Watch documentary
  • 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.

    Watch documentary
  • 65 min.

    Chechnya: Who killed Natacha?

    Sauloy, Mylene, 2011

    This documentary examines the silencing of voices of dissent in Russia. Like her friend Anna Politkovskaya, journalist and human rights defender Natacha, or Natalya Estemirova sought to publicise what was happening in war ridden Chechnya.

    Watch documentary
  • 57 min.

    Abortion: The choice

    Macfarlane, Ursula, 2008

    Every year, 46 million women worldwide choose to have a termination. Despite certain restrictions abortion is legal in the United Kingdom. Therefore women in the United Kingdom are legally able to decide how to cope with an unwanted pregnancy.

    Watch documentary
  • 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.

    Watch documentary
  • 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.

    Watch documentary
  • 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.

    Watch documentary
  • 95 min.

    Little Alien

    Kusturica, Nina, 2009

    This film documents 8 minors who fled from the danger and hostility in their homelands and made a long, dreadful journey to safety in Austria.

    Watch documentary
  • 52 min.

    Han, the price of freedom

    Dereims, Alexandre, 2009

    With dictator Kim Jong-Il being in control, the political situation in North Korea has forced a large segment of the population to literally run for their lives.

    Watch documentary
  • 66 min.

    When Adnan comes home

    Berends, Andrew, 2007

    The documentary is about the life of the sixteen year old Iraqi boy Adnan Ghazi. In 2003, Adnan was arrested for stealing two meters of electric cable and this was seen as a serious crime against the state of Iraq.

    Watch documentary
  • 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.

    Watch documentary
  • 70 min.

    On a Tightrope

    Lom, Petr, 2007

    The Chinese province of Xinjiang holds a large Uyghur population. Four children are interviewed who live in the state orphanage and who want to master the ancient Uyghur skill of tightrope walking.

    Watch documentary
  • 52 min.

    Bernard Kouchner

    Citroen, Elisabeth, 2005

    Regisseur Elisabeth Citroen volgt in deze documentaire het leven van de opmerkelijke Franse minister van Buitenlandse Zaken: Bernard Kouchner.

    Watch documentary
  • 52 min.

    Unveiled views

    Sotorra Clua, Alba, 2008

    In Unveiled Views, five remarkable women talk about the lives and rights of women in islamic countries.

    Watch documentary
  • 54 min.

    The Devil's apprentice

    Huismann, Wilfried, 2002

    A brutally honest and lengthy interview, The Devil's apprentice is Michael Souphi's chilling confession.

    Watch documentary
Close Login