On the remote New Siberian Islands in the Arctic Ocean, hunters are searching for the tusks of extinct mammoths. There is a gold rush fever in the air.
Three-part docuseries Scouting for Girls: Fashion’s Darkest Secret reveals how a group of men behind the world’s most successful modelling agencies were involved in a darker side of the industry.
Although antidepressants are prescribed with increasing frequency, their efficacy is the subject of debate. It’s known that placebos can be just as effective in cases of mild-to-moderate depression. Nevertheless, in Germany you’re now eight times more likely to be prescribed the medication than in the 1990s.
Despite the huge risks, two Russian film-makers have been filming the impact of the invasion of Ukraine in their country.
In the race to curb catastrophic climate change, prominent Australian businesses have been enthusiastic customers of carbon credits.
Organized crime in The Netherlands is flourishing in tandem with the cocaine trade
Through the lives of 5 humans, we look at the culture that creates them, their struggles growing up on this planet, and where they are headed toward.
Four Corners investigation has uncovered a scandal that goes to the heart of the Paralympic Games.
“The Killing of a Journalist” tells the story of the 2018 murders of OCCRP’s Slovak colleague Ján Kuciak and his fiancee, Martina Kušnírová. Investigative journalists used leaked police files from the murder investigation to uncover vast corruption at the highest levels of Slovak society.
Rudy Kurniawan was a rich Indonesian wine collector with a fascination for Burgundy, and he spent millions of dollars on wine and also sold countless bottles of fake wine.
Illusions and reality merge, where authenticity and imagination overlap, and questions arise about the value we place on the goods around us.
The film discusses previous bushfire seasons in Australia and compares those to the 2019–2020 fires from the perspective of firefighters, residents and the Australian people.