Transgender model and social activist Munroe Bergdorf examines the changing world of gender and identity in society, as she becomes both author and subject of her first UK documentary. The film follows Munroe as she undergoes dramatic facial feminisation surgery as part of tackling her gender dysphoria, a hugely personal moment that kick starts an exploration of the central question: What makes a woman?
With authoritarianism on the rise and rapidly escalating tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Vice founder Shane Smith travels the world's most volatile region to provide a definitive look at the Middle East's ever-changing geopolitical landscape.
Laura's application for a voluntary assisted death has been approved and she chooses to go public with her story. With her daughter and granddaughter, she navigates the legal, ethical, and emotional issues that arise.
There are rivalries, and then there is the Boston Celtics versus the Los Angeles Lakers. This program gets to the heart of the greatest tug of war in NBA history.
Gun control has soared in popularity across America, but the laws across many states are actually becoming even more lenient. Vice News correspondent Josh Hersh uncovers the forces driving these changes, going inside the new culture of self-defence.
Cage fighting, or mixed martial arts, is the world's toughest sport, widely thought of as an ultra-violent free for all. This In Films production tracks a year in the lives of three ordinary Australians who share this extreme pursuit, to uncover what drives them and the pressures they face as they balance their daily lives, jobs and families with the demands of the sport. Caged goes beyond the controversial headlines into real, personal stories of ordinary Australians turned unlikely athletes.
Laura Henkel decides that she wishes to end her life on her own terms. She applies to legally do so at a Switzerland clinic and tells her daughter and granddaughter that she'd like them to make a documentary about it.
A Chinese student at the Sydney International Airport says he has nothing to declare to biosecurity but an X-ray of his bag says otherwise.
Comedian Rhod Gilbert can stand up in front of 20,000 people and make them laugh for two hours solid without breaking sweat. But stick him in a room on his own with one of his fans and he'll start perspiring, stare at the ground, and find it extremely difficult and uncomfortable to strike up a conversation. That's because off-stage, Rhod is painfully shy - and dealing with it is no joke. Rhod discovers that he is far from alone. It is estimated that nearly half of the world's population have some manifestation of shyness and social anxiety. For many it is a minor irritation, for some it is a condition that can virtually destroy a life. So Rhod tries to understand exactly what made him so shy, how it can be identified and, most crucially, what can be done to reduce its impact.
A large-scale operation into the importation of drugs culminates in a dramatic Border Force raid. Border Force officers want to know why a Chinese couple have arrived with piles of undeclared cash.
The counter terrorist unit are on high alert when a passenger makes an alarming claim. An Indonesian woman has a disgusting concealment which could devastate Australia's biosecurity.
Follows Tongan pensioner Saia Mafile'o and his family as they are stretched to breaking point by the commitment and passion to God that has driven Saia's life.
An Englishman's bizarre behaviour captures the interest of Customs officials. Immigration compliance officers investigate a farm where they believe a fugitive is living and working illegally. The incomparable senses of quarantine's detector dogs pick up an illegal scent on a passenger's bags. Hosted by Grant Bowler.
The stunning conclusion to one of the most dramatic and bizarre busts ever seen at the border. Biosecurity officers make a very unusual and potentially devastating discovery in a package from China.
Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50 in the United Kingdom, causing more deaths in this group than car accidents or cancer. In this sensitive film, Dr Xand van Tullekan finds out what we know about why people develop suicidal thoughts and whether there is anything we can do about it.
Allie helps opiate-addicted Tia confront her dark past and childhood abuse. Frankie works with veteran amputee Scotty, whose heroin addiction left him homeless.
A woman puts her own recovery in jeopardy to save her husband, Jimmy, from his crippling addiction. Addicted to meth, Shane tries to start over by leaving his old life behind.
Two women arriving on separate flights from Vietnam arouse suspicion. Then, a parcel from China has a customs officer gravely concerned.
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