From musicians, writers and artists to dangerous thinkers, political radicals and above all ordinary people, this is the story of London's immigrants, its bohemians and how together they changed the city forever.
First-time director Miraz Bezar presents a raw and confronting story set in Diyarbakir, Turkey in the 1990s. Ten-year-old Gulistan and her younger brother Firat are normal, happy-go-lucky kids until they witness the murder of their journalist father and mother by a secret paramilitary force. After their caretaker auntie also disappears in mysterious circumstances, the children are left to fend for themselves on the tough streets of one of Turkey's most dangerous cities. Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the 2009 Ghent International Film Festival.
In tonight's finale, Uncle Sam gives his Islamic Australia dream one last chance by making it onto the news. Imran Farook gives some particularly deep spiritual makeovers in Spirit Time. In Flip World where White Australians are the minority, there's an alarming security incident at the airport. Nazeem hits the streets in a social experiment to test public generosity for some controversial 'causes'.
In Spirit Time, Imran Farook offers his take on spiritual yoga, or 'spoga'. The Prince of Mumbai is casting hopeful girls for his new reality series 'Make Me a Princess'. Nazeem is on the streets as a charity collector with a bucket, but definitely without a cause. Prince Harry's humanitarian, army hero body-double Gary is here to help him keep up royal appearances while he is partying hard on his gap year.
In Flip World, casting auditions are taking place for the token white best friend in a romantic comedy. Uncle Sam attempts to secure the grey vote and takes his campaign to the elderly. Nazeem helps a group of recent immigrants by teaching them a lesson in Australian culture 101. The Indian Action Hero takes on a street gang armed with a burger, and The Hollywood Arab tries a spot of shopping.