All dartmouth films

For Your Tomorrow examines the torrid Burma campaign of World War Two, through the words of the men who fought and the eyes of the 21st Century youngsters whose freedom they guaranteed.
A feature length documentary about the plight of the Ethiopian coffee farmers, which follows Tadesse Meskela, as he tries to get a fair price for the coffee growers’ co-op he represents.
International award winning director David Sington tells the story of the credit bubble which caused the financial crisis, which has brought suffering to millions.
This feature documentary is a wake-up call to the West about the human suffering and cost caused by the cocaine trade and the war against it.
This unique observational documentary follows the battle for the parliamentary constituency of Barking in East London.
A whirlwind journey through a family history. Revolution, romance, exile, entrepreneurship – and the life changing discovery of an old Vodka distillery in Ukraine.
The story of three men on a life's mission to find a diet which is good for our health, good for the environment and good for the future of the planet.
This film charts the life of two boys – Mario and Nini - from primary school, to secondary school and on the streets of London over a period of six years.
Phume Tsewu has dedicated the last twelve years of his life to creating one of South Africa’s most successful choirs.
After seven years of negotiation Lionel Mill managed to gain exclusive access to the private and public life of one of the Saudi Kingdom's 13 governors.
A remarkable film about nuclear testing and its fallout. During the Soviet era, the people of Semipalatinsk in Kazakhstan were used as human guinea pigs in the testing of nuclear weapons.
The disturbing story of what happens to asylum-seeking children when they seek refuge in Britain.
The Interconnected World is a film in four parts about the International Monetary Fund and the global economic crisis.
Fifty per cent of us collect something. In this film we meet some of the UK's most eccentric collectors.
The world of environmental direct action has remained a secretive one. Until now...
Every year, thousands of people slip through the net of social care provision into a dark, lonely and often dangerous underworld. This is a film about two men living on the fringes of society.
The Cause of Progress tells the story of the lives of three Cambodians caught up in the country’s chaotic and violent economic progress.
Pig Business charts the four year investigation by eco-campaigner Tracy Worcester into the industrialisation of pork production.
The End of the Line, the first major feature documentary film revealing the impact of overfishing on our oceans.
A powerful and timely investigation into the media’s role in war, The War You Don’t See traces the history of ‘embedded’ and independent reporting. A film by John Pilger
(Cinema release) The untold true story of how an unlikely group of people took on giant pharmaceutical companies and major Western governments to stop 'the Crime of the Century' and save millions of lives.
The Spirit Level looks at how recent economic turmoil and the rising income gap has impacted on our societies - from the richest to the poorest.
(BBC Three) Growing Up Down's is the story of six extraordinary actors tackling the world’s most famous play for their first ever theatre tour.
A feature-length documentary revealing the nuclear industry's 50 year PR campaign to sell atomic energy to the world.
A feature-length documentary on Indian cotton farmer suicides, pesticides and fashion. When you bag a bargain, do you think about who's paid for it?
(BBC Two) Detailing the life and work of acclaimed war photographer Don McCullin, the seminal photo-journalist of the 1970s and 1980s. BAFTA nominated.
(Cinema release) Johnny Moped were custom made for the punk movement. Formed in 1970, it took a decade for the rest to catch up. Fans and former band members including Captain Sensible and Chrissie Hynde tell the story.
(BBC Four) This complex film asks big questions about education and how society should respond to people with autism.
(Cinema release) Faced with their own mortality an improbable group of young people, many of them HIV-positive young men, broke the mold as radical warriors taking on Washington and the medical establishment. Oscar Nominated in 2013
(HBO) The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia provides personal and uplifting accounts of the dyslexic experience from children, experts and iconic leaders, including Sir Richard Branson
(ITV) This is Utopia, an epic production by the Emmy and Bafta winning film-maker and journalist John Pilger.
What happens to a nation when the guns fall silent? This film tells the story of four young people in Bosnia & Herzegovina struggling to survive a war that ended 18 years ago
A documentary on love and the women who dare to cross the faith and cultural divide.
A unique insight into one of history’s most dramatic events: the 1984-85 British Miners’ Strike.