The University of Toronto’s Citizenlab recently published a report confirming that Finfisher, the invasive computer and phone surveillance tool manufactured and sold by Gamma International, has been found in numerous new states, namely Angola, Egypt, Gabon, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Paraguay, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, and Venezuela.
Global Surveillance: The Open Market looks at the far-reaching impact digital surveillance technologies on human rights and democracy. Featuring Ethiopian activist Tadesse Kersmo, and Saeed Shehabi from Bahrain, both of whom have been targeted with Finfisher - the invasive computer and phone surveillance tool manufactured and sold by Gamma International.
Dark Fibre is a gripping and provocative feature film mixing scripted fiction and documentary and featuring a performance by Peter Wintonick (director of Manufacturing Consent) and a cameo by Noam Chomsky.
Female Genital Mutilation: A Change Has Begun is a short and intimate, survivor-led account of life with FGM which speaks of the positive shift in perspective within practicing communities in the UK.
This 10 minute documentary, commissioned by Girl Effect and co-produced with HarrimanSteel, reveals brand new Home Office data on the prevalence of Female Genital Mutilation in England and Wales today.
Sargy Mann is an inspiring story about one artist's battle to overcome adversity in the shape of blindness, and continue his life's work and passion, to paint.
Peter Mann provides a unique and very personal insight into how his father has miraculously continued to create beautiful pieces of art to the surprise of everyone, no less himself.
It is much more than a horse race. Held twice a year in the main square of the Italian city of Sienna, the Palio is a symbol of the culture and tradition of one of Italy's most famous cities.
WE ARE PRIDE is a mini-doc produced for Brighton & Hove Pride's 25th Anniversary celebration. Originally screened at Brighton Pride 2015 on August 1st.
Although we have so much to celebrate, our freedom remains inconplete until it belongs to everyone, everywhere.
In this short advocacy film, Ethiopian political activist Tadesse Kersmo describes the damage caused by surveillance. Can this damage be mitigated through transmitting an account of the surveillance? Tadesse Kersmo's surveillance story has the potential to expose the totalitarian regime he has fled, and bring a wider awareness to the legal and practical issues that made his surveillance possible