Once in a generation, someone puts forth an audacious idea that completely changes the way we see the world around us: is there an imbalance in our modern brain that is affecting how we live and deal with large problems in our society? This subversive theory is the brainchild of Dr Iain McGilchrist, an esteemed neuroscientist and psychiatrist. He argues that over centuries, the values of the left hemisphere have slowly been gaining influence in society, with disastrous consequences.
This has earned him comparisons to Freud and Darwin – but some scientists think he’s a heretic.
Join us on a mind-altering odyssey to explore evidence of McGilchrist’s radical new idea - a filmic quest to discover whether our society has been hijacked by the left hemisphere and what can be done to restore balance.
This is the film one half of your brain doesn’t want you to see.
Undercover Jihadi follows the quest of Mubin Shaikh, a man who went from extremist militant to undercover operative, to expose a major terrorist cell in Canada and send 11 men to prison. Today, he's a well-connected international Counter-Terrorism expert and is on a mission to stop the radicalization of Muslim youth. We follow his journey into counter-terrorism in the UK, Canada, the U.S., Germany and France. Led by a personal duty to Islam, Shaikh takes to the frontlines of the battle against the radicalization of youth at risk.
Nominated in the "Top Winner" category at the 2018 Cinema Grand Prix festival - Bali, Indonesia
When volcanoes exploded in the past, they helped shape us as a species. From our earliest ancestors to travellers battling with the effects of ash clouds on airline flights, our evolutionary destiny has been played out in the shadow of volcanoes. One day in the future there will be another super-eruption like the one that triggered the last ice age. There is a greater chance of a super-eruption happening in your lifetime than of winning the lottery!
Werner Herzog wants to find out why, where and how our lives are inextricably linked with the most destructive and creative force on Earth. In this global odyssey, he teams up with the world’s leading volcanologist, Clive Oppenheimer, to bring the story of the relationship between volcanoes, our planet and human society to audiences around the world.