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'Girls of the Taliban' selected for the UNAFF!
Clover is honoured to be selected for the 18th annual United Nations Association Film Festival. This marks the company's fifth time going to the prestigious awards. 


Inside the Taliban

On the eve of the historic withdrawal from Afghanistan of most American, British and other NATO forces, Clover Films has gained unique access inside a Taliban stronghold just 60 miles from the capital Kabul. Read more.

Syria's Second Front

Three years after the start of the Syrian Revolution, the rebels are no longer just fighting the regime of President al-Assad, they’re also fighting ISIS, who are quickly gaining ground and imposing their own barbaric rule. Read more.

Pakistan's Hidden Shame

In towns and cities across Pakistan, tens of thousands of vulnerable young boys have become the victims of paedophile predators who seem to have nothing to fear from the law. It’s an open secret that few acknowledge publicly and even fewer want to do anything about. Read more

The Girls of the Taliban

A new wave of privately run madrasas are opening across Afghanistan, igniting fears amongst women’s rights groups that their already limited freedoms are again under threat. read more


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By 1961, the Cold War and Space Race had picked up momentum as the US and Soviet Union vied for ideological and technological supremacy. On 12th April, the Soviets took the coveted crown by successfully launching the first man into space: young Yuri Gagarin.

When the rocket launched, he was a pilot-in-training from a farming village in Russia. Upon its return, he was the most famous man in the world. Russians cried with pride in the street. World leaders embraced him. Gagarin embodied the ideology the Soviet Union was hoping to spread; he had come from nothing to become a history-maker. He was the success of Communism. He had become more a living treasure than a man.

Behind that world-famous smile, however, was a story hitherto untold. Gagarin struggled with drink and was increasingly uneasy at the cruelties of the Soviet regime. Though eager to fly again, that famous April voyage was to be his only venture into space. Gagarin left the program shortly after fellow cosmonaut Vladimir Kamarov – due to a catalogue of errors Gagarin had warned his superiors about – was killed during a space mission. He was deemed too important to risk his life by going into space again. He instead returned to his first love, flying, and died in an unexplained plane crash at just 34.

This film follows Gagarin’s history with a series of exclusive interviews with his siblings and fellow cosmonauts. We look at the divergence between Gagarin the myth, a world-famous symbol of the space age, and the flawed man whose death remains shrouded in mystery.

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More Clover Films

Sudan: The Break-Up

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It was the giant of Africa: A nation which once represented the greatest hope for peaceful coexistence between Arab and African, Muslim & Christian. Now, that hope is all but gone and the country has broken in two and is in constant threat of war. A 3-part series. read more


In The Hands of Al Qaeda

In_The_Hands_Publishing Guardian reporter Ghaith Abdul-Ahad and Safa Al Ahmad risk their lives to get inside Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula to investigate how they were able to capture  and control Yemeni towns and cities. read more

The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan

An award-winning crew investigates a sexual exploitation ring operated by Afghan warlords. Hundreds of boys as young as 10, taken off the streets on the promise of a new life away from poverty, whose real fate is to be used for entertainment and sex. read more

Opium Brides

Clover Films journeys deep into the Afghan countryside to reveal the deadly bargain local farmers are being forced to make in order to save their own lives. read more