Uncovering Suppressed Footage of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Atomic Cover-Up is the first documentary to explore the 1945 bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki from the unique perspective of the camera crews who risked their lives filming in the irradiated aftermath.
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Can Climate Action Happen Through the Courts?

Duty of Care tells the inside story of Roger Cox, the first and only lawyer to have successfully sued both a government and an oil giant in landmark court cases that established climate inaction can be made illegal.
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The Road to War in Ukraine

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Reimagining Narratives of Mexico-US Immigration

The Time of the Fireflies seeks to challenge prevailing narratives about undocumented immigration by highlighting the cultural and economic underpinnings that make so many leave behind the only lives they have ever known.
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The Experiences of Women in Politics

Hunting in Packs follows Pramila Jayapal (Democrat, US), Michelle Rempel Garner (Conservative, Canada), and Jess Philips (Labour, UK) as they seek to achieve their policy goals, reelection, and leadership within their parties.
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