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Nature's classroom : an Australian outback adventure

52m 42s

Esther and Myrdhin are the daughter and son of film-making couple, Myriam and Luc. Mum is a biologist and an ethologist. Dad has been filming wildlife all over the planet for more than 20 years and, one day, realised that he couldn't enjoy his profession and see his kids growing up at the same. For a few months, Myriam and Luc have decided to swap Europe for Africa and Australia and for a living classroom without walls, in direct contact with nature.

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Joan of Arc - Her Faith, Her Fight

52m 14s

2012 marked the 600th anniversary of the birth of Joan of Arc. A peasant girl born in eastern France and who claimed divine guidance, she led the French army to several important victories during the Hundred Years' War, which paved the way for the coronation of Charles VII. Twenty-five years later, Pope Callixtus III, pronounced her innocent and declared her a martyr. Joan of Arc was canonized in 1920.

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Mediterranean Sea

52m 19s

The astoundingly beautiful documentary with impressive images shot in 4K that takes audiences on the most wonderful voyage down the Mediterranean Sea. Discover our world's natural treasures from up close as you have never seen before, the fishes, the corals and the magical sceneries that lie under water for us to preserve.

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Joan of Arc - Her Faith, Her Fight

52m 14s

2012 marked the 600th anniversary of the birth of Joan of Arc. A peasant girl born in eastern France and who claimed divine guidance, she led the French army to several important victories during the Hundred Years' War, which paved the way for the coronation of Charles VII. Twenty-five years later, Pope Callixtus III, pronounced her innocent and declared her a martyr. Joan of Arc was canonized in 1920.

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Mediterranean Sea

52m 19s

The astoundingly beautiful documentary with impressive images shot in 4K that takes audiences on the most wonderful voyage down the Mediterranean Sea. Discover our world's natural treasures from up close as you have never seen before, the fishes, the corals and the magical sceneries that lie under water for us to preserve.

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Brexit, The clock is ticking EP2

48m 59s

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since July 2019, wanted his country to leave the European Union, without fail, on October 31, 2019...While the prospect of a new (and third) postponement of this deadline emerges in the interest of avoiding a "no deal", the film looks back on eighteen months of tensions in the footsteps of the European negotiator Michel Barnier, at the heart of the negotiations for the biggest divorce in history.

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Brexit, The clock is ticking EP1

51m 26s

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since July 2019, wanted his country to leave the European Union, without fail, on October 31, 2019...While the prospect of a new (and third) postponement of this deadline emerges in the interest of avoiding a "no deal", the film looks back on eighteen months of tensions in the footsteps of the European negotiator Michel Barnier, at the heart of the negotiations for the biggest divorce in history.

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Camargue's White Gold

25m 30s

The Camargue Biosphere Reserve in the French Mediterranean rivers is a wetland of international importance known as Ramsar by the UNESCO. This beautiful land is the home of an incredibly diverse nature.

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Romania : The great clean up

53m 05s

Romania, the European Union’s notorious dunce in corruption, has recently become the scene of one of the fiercest anti-corruption battles on the planet, which is shaking all of society. How is one of the most corrupt states in Europe succeeding in this feat? This film is an exclusive immersion at the heart of an anti-corruption fight unique in Europe.

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Romania : The great clean up

53m 05s

Romania, the European Union’s notorious dunce in corruption, has recently become the scene of one of the fiercest anti-corruption battles on the planet, which is shaking all of society. How is one of the most corrupt states in Europe succeeding in this feat? This film is an exclusive immersion at the heart of an anti-corruption fight unique in Europe.

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Romania : The great clean up

53m 05s

Romania, the European Union’s notorious dunce in corruption, has recently become the scene of one of the fiercest anti-corruption battles on the planet, which is shaking all of society. How is one of the most corrupt states in Europe succeeding in this feat? This film is an exclusive immersion at the heart of an anti-corruption fight unique in Europe.

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Europe: The Rise of the Extreme Right

1h 04m

The extreme right has won the European elections in France, Italy and Belgium and has gained about a quarter of MEPs in the new parliament. The xenophobia, patriarchy or authoritarianism that they preach are also present in the programs of parties that are not even considered ultra-right. Issues that were thought to be overcome, such as gender violence, the use of firearms or the death penalty, are being reintroduced into the debate.

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Europe: The Rise of the Extreme Right

1h 04m

The extreme right has won the European elections in France, Italy and Belgium and has gained about a quarter of MEPs in the new parliament. The xenophobia, patriarchy or authoritarianism that they preach are also present in the programs of parties that are not even considered ultra-right. Issues that were thought to be overcome, such as gender violence, the use of firearms or the death penalty, are being reintroduced into the debate.

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Europe: The Rise of the Extreme Right

1h 04m

The extreme right has won the European elections in France, Italy and Belgium and has gained about a quarter of MEPs in the new parliament. The xenophobia, patriarchy or authoritarianism that they preach are also present in the programs of parties that are not even considered ultra-right. Issues that were thought to be overcome, such as gender violence, the use of firearms or the death penalty, are being reintroduced into the debate.

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Nomads Seeking Adventure 303 - Mountain Biking the Alps

25m 59s

This episode of Nomads will spend more time with Team Cannondale and riders Mick Hannah, Wayne Goss, and George Ryan as they set out on a wild ride through Europe, exploring every different aspect of mountain biking that Europe has to offer. Again, Nomads will go from the single track and big dirt jumps, to meeting with dealers, going to trade shows and meeting the fans. This journey will truly allow the viewer to dive into the life of a pro mountain biker in the home of all mountain sports.

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China, the empire of time - Episode 2

50m 11s

Part 2 : The Trial of the Jesuits. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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China, the empire of time - Episode 2

50m 11s

Part 2 : The Trial of the Jesuits. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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China, the empire of time - Episode 2

50m 11s

Part 2 : The Trial of the Jesuits. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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Samadhi - We are the One

1h 48m

Samadhi is an ancient Sanskrit word meaning “we are one”. Through seven extraordinary stories of pure love and friendship, this film shows that the only existing barriers between humans and animals are actually those we have created ourselves. From the forests of Germany, where Tatjana was “adopted” by a pack of wolves, to the junglesof Borneo, where Shaulé’s best friend is a tiger, we will discover the magic of these unpredictable but deeply moving relationships.

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Mafia, Cocaine and White Collar Workers

24m 53s

There is the cocaine, tonnes of cocaine, one of the richest and most important Ndrangheta bosses in Europe and the so-called Swiss washing machine. This report traces the flow of dirty money from dealers in South America and offers a disconcerting window into the lives of Ticino’s “white collar workers”.

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Mafia, Cocaine and White Collar Workers

24m 53s

There is the cocaine, tonnes of cocaine, one of the richest and most important Ndrangheta bosses in Europe and the so-called Swiss washing machine. This report traces the flow of dirty money from dealers in South America and offers a disconcerting window into the lives of Ticino’s “white collar workers”.

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No Left Turn - Is Social Democracy over?

52m 30s

Europe in crisis. A moment of glory for Europe’s social democracy parties? On the contrary: Social democrats suffer catastrophic election results and poll ratings. In a political road movie we follow six social democratic politicians in six countries in search for answers: Germany, France, Great Britain, Sweden, Italy and Slovakia. Despite all national differences, they all face questions of greater importance than national issues – questions important for the future of social democracy itself.

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Faces of Terror

59m 36s

Why are Europeans, children of immigrants like Coulibaly or the Kouachis brothers, attacking their countries of birth? What leads them to reject the values of the nation in which they grew up, to be reborn as extremists of Al Qaeda and the Islamic State. What role does religion play and which religion? What propaganda and mental mechanisms are being used to convince this generation of killers that they must turn vigilante on behalf of their victimised Muslim world?

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Sarajevo – The Assassination

1h 18m

In 2014 Europe remembered the outbreak of the First World War. The fateful war, which raged for four years and cost 12 million lives, began a century ago in 1914. The catalyst of the disaster was the murder of the Austrian successor to the throne, Franz Ferdinand, and his wife Sophie on 28 June 1914 in Sarajevo. This astonishing documentary conveys the dramatic events on the eve of the First World War.

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Sarajevo – The Assassination

1h 18m

In 2014 Europe remembered the outbreak of the First World War. The fateful war, which raged for four years and cost 12 million lives, began a century ago in 1914. The catalyst of the disaster was the murder of the Austrian successor to the throne, Franz Ferdinand, and his wife Sophie on 28 June 1914 in Sarajevo. This astonishing documentary conveys the dramatic events on the eve of the First World War.

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Sarajevo – The Assassination

1h 18m

In 2014 Europe remembered the outbreak of the First World War. The fateful war, which raged for four years and cost 12 million lives, began a century ago in 1914. The catalyst of the disaster was the murder of the Austrian successor to the throne, Franz Ferdinand, and his wife Sophie on 28 June 1914 in Sarajevo. This astonishing documentary conveys the dramatic events on the eve of the First World War.

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Water Is Our Future - The Emscher - The Miracle in the Coalfields

51m 51s

In the Ruhr district of Germany, we witness the comeback of a small river and an entire landscape. For decades, the Emscher was the most polluted river in Europe. Now, it’s being returned from an industrial sewer to a natural river system. With the help of waste water treatment plants, liberated river beds, and returning animal species, this unique natural region is blossoming.

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Global Junk Food

51m 27s

In Europe, food manufacturers have signed up to ‘responsibility pledges’, promising no added sugar, preservatives, artificial colours or flavours and not to target children. So why are they using tactics banned in the West in the developing world? There, they have created ultra low cost products with higher levels of salt, sugar and saturated fats. Filmed in Brazil, India and France, we investigate the new tactics of brands like Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Domino’s Pizza.

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Global Junk Food

51m 27s

In Europe, food manufacturers have signed up to ‘responsibility pledges’, promising no added sugar, preservatives, artificial colours or flavours and not to target children. So why are they using tactics banned in the West in the developing world? There, they have created ultra low cost products with higher levels of salt, sugar and saturated fats. Filmed in Brazil, India and France, we investigate the new tactics of brands like Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Domino’s Pizza.

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Global Junk Food

51m 27s

In Europe, food manufacturers have signed up to ‘responsibility pledges’, promising no added sugar, preservatives, artificial colours or flavours and not to target children. So why are they using tactics banned in the West in the developing world? There, they have created ultra low cost products with higher levels of salt, sugar and saturated fats. Filmed in Brazil, India and France, we investigate the new tactics of brands like Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Domino’s Pizza.

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Erdogan, the rise to absolute power

52m 29s

The documentary tells the story of the slow transformation of a man. Once democratic and pro-European, he is now a reactionary head of state with autocratic aims. From the abrupt cessation of Turkey's EU accession talks in 2010 to the colossal purges destabilizing the country today, we are studying the implementation of a ruthless strategy aimed at making the Turkish president the new Sultan of the Middle East.

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Erdogan, the rise to absolute power

52m 29s

The documentary tells the story of the slow transformation of a man. Once democratic and pro-European, he is now a reactionary head of state with autocratic aims. From the abrupt cessation of Turkey's EU accession talks in 2010 to the colossal purges destabilizing the country today, we are studying the implementation of a ruthless strategy aimed at making the Turkish president the new Sultan of the Middle East.

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Bihar Dok 13

1h 13m

At the Basque Culinary Center, 5 young talented students of cutting-edge gastronomy from all over the world will go back to the past to create the menu Bihar dok 13. They will travel to 1966 to discover the decade that would change everything in Basque culture. With five special events, we will discover the movements Gaur, Ez dok amairu and the spiritual father of the BCC, the Basque Nouvelle Cuisine.

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La Pemba torna a Goli

53m 16s

Pemba is a Himalayan Sherpa, however, she has never climbed a mountain; she is a folk singer who fled Nepal years ago due to the civil war in the 1990s, and that now has a new life in Spain. Twenty years later, Pemba decides to return to her hometown, Goli, a tiny village located in the heart of the Himalayas to organize a concert and discover what remains of the paradise where she grew up.

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Adivina quién viene a comer mañana

30m 04s

A young and beautiful veterinarian, the only daughter of a modest shepherd, returns to a remote village in Galicia (Spain) to tell her father that she is going to marry a prestigious neurologist. She wants to organize a meal the next day for everyone to get together, but her father, motivated by both jealousy and ignorance, mistakes neurology for black magic and decides to stop the wedding. With the help of a neighbor, he tries to ruin her daughter's plan.

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ReMine. El último movimiento obrero

1h 41m

More than four thousand miners go on an indefinite strike against the historic cuts imposed by country's government. Daily protest begin: roadblocks, stay-downs, pitched battles, rallies, demonstrations, a march on Madrid”. But nothing is as before, not even the representatives of the last working class movement.

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Nimble Fingers (Dedos ágiles)

51m 31s

Nimble fingers are the agile fingers of Vietnamese workers who work in the world's best-known electronic brand factories. Bay, one of thousands of young migrant workers, comes from a remote Muong village in the highlands of North Vietnam and lives on the outskirts of Hanoi, in a neighborhood that has become one of the world's largest production centers. The life of the female workers is strictly governed by the rules of the great Thang Long Industrial Park.

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Tras Nazarín

1h 15m

A journey through memory, accompanied by the photographs that Buñuel took before filming the movie "Nazarín" and those that Manuel Álvarez Bravo took during the filming of the film, together with the testimonies and points of view of artists, filmmakers and intellectuals like Luis Eduardo Aute, Jean Claude Carrière, Carlos Reygadas, Silvia Pinal, Arturo Ripsetein or Carlos Saura among many others, rediscovering the poetic, living and inspiring force of Buñuel's cinema.

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Another Day

29m 11s

Another day in the life of Ana, but her boyfriend, family and friends don’t know her real reality, even being part of it.

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Deconstruyendo a Dani García

1h 12m

Dani Garcia, one of the best chefs in Spain, find himself and his career in a critical juncture. In January 2014, his restaurant closes, he is a chef without restaurant. The Michelin stars and his credibility are at stake.

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Ciudad sin Sueño

20m 16s

"A City Without Dreams" takes place between Beirut (Lebanon) and Aleppo (Syria) and talks about the lost dreams of an entire Syrian generation in these two cities.

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Alto el Fuego

21m 06s

More than 50 years of armed conflict among the FARC, the ELN, paramilitary groups and the Colombian government have left behind eight million victims. During this time, thousands of minors have been part of the armed groups. They are also consider victims because their childhood is always going to be linked to a weapon; the jungle was their home and the battalion, their family.

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El Círculo

16m 22s

David just moved into his new apartment when he receives an unexpected visit from two neighbours. What at first seems like a mere courtesy call soon reveals itself to be something more sinister.

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