With rigor, and a dose of humor, Tax Me If You Can explains the mechanisms of tax havens and demonstrates how tax evasion, an essential cog in the neoliberal system, accelerates the growth of economic inequality.
Tout au long des années 1970, le journaliste Elías Barahona s’infiltre au cœur du gouvernement militaire le plus répressif du Guatemala. In seeking to uncover the story of this secret and unique individual, The Silence of the Mole opens cracks in the walls of silence.
Through the autobiographical essay of sociologist and philosopher Didier Eribon, performed by Adèle Haenel, "Retour à Reims" (Fragments) tells an intimate and political story of the French working class from the early 1950s to the present day.
Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age is the shocking story of four women leaders whose lives are overturned by cyberviolence. They share a common cause: refusing to be silenced.
At the announcement of the signing of peace agreements between the Colombian government and the guerrillas in 2016, director Germán Gutiérrez filmed in one of the last FARC camps.
October 2019, an unexpected revolution, a social explosion. Chile had recovered its memory. The event I had been waiting for since my student struggles in 1973 finally materialized.
Le Mythe de la Femme Noire is a feature-length documentary that investigates the image of black women in society. Experts say the Black community is the minority most affected by images created centuries ago.