Watch on as 10 four-year-old children meet for the first time at nursery and interact in unprecedented, intimate detail. Entertaining and genuinely surprising, this is a compelling look into their tears, laughter and drama.
A jaw-dropping character-led documentary following American families who are passionate about firearms and believe their children are safer armed. Provocative and explosive, this eye-opening documentary follows American parents who love guns and want their kids to be the same.
Painted Babies sent shock waves around the world as it lifted the lid on child beauty pageants: a world of stolen childhoods fuelled by parental ambition. 12 years on, Jane Treays revisits her original subjects.
Winner of the 2011 Best Screenplay award at the Cannes Film Festival, this is a turbulent tale about family, success and the power of language. Ezekiel is a grizzled and unpopular professor whose life's dream to win the Israel Prize has seemingly been dashed from him. Uriel is his bright young son, whose work is consistently awarded and recognised around the country. One day Ezekiel receives a phone call saying he has won the Israel Prize and is ecstatic, but it is later revealed to Uriel that his father was mistaken called and he is the actual winner. Uriel must decide whether to dash his father's dreams once more, or let him live a lie.