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Down the Deep, Dark Web

Down The Deep, Dark Web is a film on, you guessed it... the Darknet. There have been many documentaries released recently on the now infamous dark net website The Silk Road but most of those films focus solely on that website alone and Ross Ulbricht , it's creator. This film however takes a closer look at the dark net itself and how it works. A journalist by the name of Yuval Orr is our tour gu

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An Inconvenient Border

The relationship between China and North Korea has always been complicated, China's Mao Zedong famously said that the two countries were as close as lips and teeth. A relationship forged in blood and steel during the Korean War against the United States. The leaders of China and North Korea have kept up that appearance of brotherhood since the times of Mao and North Koreas founder Kim Il-sung a

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North Korea’s Nuclear Trump Card

North Korea has just tested a nuclear bomb which is believed to be 10 times more powerful than the one used on Hiroshima. Kim Jong Un versus Donald Trump is the most dangerous stand off seen in decades and people are no longer asking if the hermit kingdom can be stopped from developing nuclear weapons, but rather it can be prevented from using them. So how did North Korea achieve it's nuclear a

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The Spy in the IRA

In the Northern Irish conflict spying was a very dangerous game, through recordings obtained by Panorama the IRA's chief interrogator explains how he extracted information from informers before they were shot. This may seem typical given the circumstances of war except that for years the interrogator himself was one of Britain's most important spies. Codenamed Stakeknife, he was unmasked in 200

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LONDON CALLING

In recent times it is becoming more and more evident that the line between real news and what could be considered propaganda is becoming thinner and thinner. In 2016 we saw Trump refer to this type of news as "fake news". Depending on what particular news network you are viewing in the United States you are bound to be faced with some bias, an example would be FOX or CNN, if you lean towards th

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Black Taxis

This film follows Brendan, Gerald and Tom all of whom are former volunteers of the Irish Republican Army or IRA. For these men and all Irish Republicans alike the period of armed struggle is now over, but for those who were directly involved in the 30 years of war how difficult is it now to find peace? Today all these men are now Black Taxi drivers and operate within the Republican areas of Bel

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Pol Pot: The Journey to the Killing Fields

The Tuol Sleng secondary school is hidden behind a fence in a quite district of the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. It has been empty for over 40 years, a silent witness to the agony of a nation. Thousands of men, women and children were tortured in it's classrooms, they were then driven to the outskirts of the city and executed. Nearly 2 million people died in the Killing Fields of Cambodia, a q

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Cold War: Inside The KGB

The the night of August 22, 1991, a crowd of Russians began removing a 14 tone bronze statue in a major Moscow intersection. It was an act that years earlier would surely have cost them their lives, but on this night as democracy was budding the Soviet Union the statue itself represented all that was wrong with the country. For those attending the affair the statues removal signified the end of

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The Jihadis Next Door

Radical Islam seems to be spreading within the United Kingdom, especially in light of the recent terror attacks seen in Manchester and London. The government however seems to be cracking down, when The Jihadis Next Door was released they had just made supporting ISIS a crime and increasing levels of security nationwide. As control tightens we see filmmaker Jamie Roberts spend two years with one

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