Global Politics

  • 90 min.

    Hacking Justice

    Clara 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.

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  • 82 min.

    Back to Utopia

    Fabio Wuytack, 2016

    The 500-year-old book UTOPIA takes us on a journey through the world of today.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 28 min.

    China on China, a Dramatic History

    Schulz Contreras, Lisbet & Jarnebrink, Lollo, 2013

    As of 2013, China has the second-largest economy in the world, in terms of nominal GDP. No other country in history has risen so quickly from poverty to prosperity. How is this possible? How did the rise take place and what happened along the way?

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  • 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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  • 53 min.

    Murge - the Cold War front

    Arvat, Massimo, 2012

    For 13 days in 1962, the impending doom of the Cold War almost became reality as the world balanced on the brink of nuclear war. Krushchevs decision to place nuclear weapons in Cuba sparked the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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  • 87 min.

    Anatomy of Evil

    Nyholm, Ove, 2004

    In war situations, some people lose the one thing that makes them human: morality. Their actions are so unreal, it makes you think they are nothing but wild animals. The Anatomy of Evil is about confronting this heartlessness.

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  • 58 min.

    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?

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  • 49 min.

    Romania, the taming of the intellectuals

    Brunner, Benny, 1990

    What were the motivations behind RomaniaÂ’s intellectuals to collaborate with the Ceaucescu regime?

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  • 46 min.

    Black power

    Curtis, Adam, 1992

    'Black Power' revolves around post-colonial Ghana and President 'Kwame Nkrumah's' efforts to create a modern, industrial state. The construction of a dam (the Volta River Project) was supposed to contribute to that goal.

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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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  • 48 min.

    To the Brink of Eternity

    Curtis, Adam, 1992

    Adam Curtis sheds an interesting light on the post-WWII period, overshadowed by both science and fear.

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  • 67 min.

    War comes to America

    Capra, Frank, 1944

    As the last chapter in the series and made on the eve of D-day, War Comes To America is a patriotic statement designed to eliminate any possibility of U S reluctance to invade Nazi Europe.

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  • 53 min.

    The battle of Britain

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    The Battle of Britain," Chapter IV of Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series, begins after Hitler's conquest of Western Europe.

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  • 46 min.

    The Battle of Russia part II

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    The Battle of Russia part I & II cover the Soviet war with Germany from 1941 to early 1943. In Part Two, the German army falls victim to the Soviet scorched-earth strategy.

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  • 36 min.

    The Battle of Russia part I

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    The Battle of Russia Part I & II cover the Soviet war with Germany from 1941 to early 1943. Part I shows how the Nazi regime, frustrated by the tenacity of British resistance, sets its sights on the Soviet Union instead.

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  • 53 min.

    Divide and Conquer

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    Divide and Conquer is the third chapter of the Why We Fight propaganda series. Using newsreel footage and animated maps, Capra delineates Hitler's strategy in overtaking Europe.

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  • 65 min.

    The Battle of China

    Capra, Frank, 1944

    Chapter VI of Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series, explains why the Empire of Japan possessed such a strong interest in ruling the disparate lands of China during World War II.

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  • 100 min.

    Why We Fight

    Jarecki, 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).

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  • 75 min.

    First Kill

    Schrijber, Coco, 2001

    Provocatively, the film exposes the contradictory feelings of fear and excitement evoked by war and our ongoing fascination with war and its memory. What is the psychology of war?

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  • 46 min.

    The Devils Wind

    Malhotra, 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.

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  • 52 min.

    Nuclear Tango

    Malhotra, Iqbal, 2005

    "Nuclear Tango" investigates why Dr.Khan, the father of the Pakistani nuclear weapons program, was made to take the rap and accept responsibility for having orchestrated the Pakistan - North Korea nuclear relationship.

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  • 59 min.

    The Power of Nightmares Part II

    Curtis, 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?

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  • 59 min.

    The Power of Nightmares Part I

    Curtis, Adam, 2005

    This is part I of the award winning BBC series. The series 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?

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