Battle For Syria

dvd_Battleforsyria Clover Films producer Jamie Doran and Guardian correspondent Ghaith Abdul-Ahad travel to the frontline where rebel fighters face the forces of Bashar al-Assad’s regime, witnessing the deadliest period of the fighting so far. 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

Starman

2011 marks the 50th anniversary of the first man in space. Starman relates the moving tale of Yuri Gagarin, the son of a Russian peasant. This re-release of the film, (and accompanying book co-written by Jamie Doran), tells the extraordinary true story behind the legend and was described by Victor Lewis Smith as 'television at its finest.'

Afghanistan: Behind Enemy Lines

Award-winning Afghan journalist Najibullah Quraishi spent an extraordinary 10 days living and filming with an insurgent cell, allied with Al Qaeda to sabotage a key U.S./NATO supply route. There were some lucky escapes, as Quraishi's own luck began to run out. read more

Heaven & Hell (in production)

John and Bernard are gang leaders and self-confessed murderers; Jane suffers from HIV, caught during her years as a prostitute; Wilson's a thug, bullet holes scar his stomach. They're the happiest people imaginable because they're destined for Heaven.
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Android Prophecy

For almost a century, Hollywood has been warning us of an impending future when human beings become enslaved by machines. Should we be taking these warnings seriously? Android Prophecy investigates the parallels between movie director fantasy and science reality. Be frightened….be very frightened..

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

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

Africa Rising

Imagine an Africa without thousands of foreign aid workers telling Africans what to do; Imagine an Africa without billions in aid going directly into western bank accounts as salary payments to those same foreign workers; Imagine Africans solving Africa’s problems themselves…  read more

Whiskey In The Jar

It's said on the mainland of Ireland that to live on Tory Island, you have to be a little bit mad.

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The Need For Speed

The Need for Speed’ exposes how the Pentagon has been issuing a concoction of mind-altering drugs to its soldiers and airmen.

Wasps & Witches

War is the prerogative of men, or so most men believe. But Wasps & Witches tells the previously untold story of the astonishing bravery of women pilots from the United States, Russia, Britain and Germany during the Second World War.

Pakistan's Open Secret

Many among Pakistan's 100,000 transgenders scrape a living through dancing, singing and begging on the streets of Karachi. Others earn money catering for the sexual needs of men in the city's seedier districts. read more

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


The Promoters

Barack Obama's half brother, George, has witnessed friends being executed in cold blood by the Kenyan police force.  Faced with spiralling violent crime rates, officers say they have no choice but to kill. As many as 8,500 young men may have been murdered in the name of law and order. read more

Afghan Massacre: The Convoy of Death

A horrific forced journey was undertaken by thousands of prisoners who surrendered to America and its Afghan allies after the 2001 siege of Kunduz: many are believed to be buried in a mass grave in northern Afghanistan. Jamie Doran investigates. read more

Sexpionage

A story of love, despair and manipulation; a gigantic struggle between East and West in which the pawns were young women forced by the KGB to seduce secrets from foreign military, businessmen and diplomats to satisfy its insatiable desire for information.

City of Murder & Mayhem

This film portrays life on the edge of death in Moscow. We follow the exploits of two men: one a billionaire banker and the other a special forces soldier brought to the capital to combat violent crime. Though they never meet, their lives become intertwined in the madness of Moscow.

More Clover Films

 

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Original Broadcaster

2001: The Making of a Myth UK: Channel 4
Single Pistol Shot UK: BBC, US: Discovery
The Red Bomb US: Three-part series for Discovery
The Thawing of a Cold War Warrior UK: BBC, US: Discovery, Japan: FujiSankei
Skeletons Have Names UK: Channel 4
The August Kings UK: Channel 4
Burma: The Final Stand UK: Channel 4, France: France 2
Alec The Pole UK: BBC
Technology Wars UK: Channel 4
Out of Order UK: Seven-part series for ITV network
Backstreet Betting UK: Channel 4

 

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