The following WITNESS episodes can soon be watched here in full.


Beirut Under Siege
Beirut born film-maker Katia Saleh documents the emotion and confusion amongst friends and family caught in the crossfire of the 2006 war in Lebanon

Meltdown Nepal
Norbu’s village in is suffering from global warming’s devastating effects. Tanya Peterson visits Lake Imja and the Sherpas who live on the roof of the world.

 


Women Gladiators
Rodrigo Vazquez follows the story of indigenous women wrestling with oppression, as well as each other.



A Maasai Tale
With the help of a tribal leader and a university scholarship in America a girl's life becomes anything but traditional.

Chechen syndrome
Film-maker Nick Sturdee meets the mentally-scarred Russian men returning home with invisible yet debilitating wounds from their time fighting in Chechnya.

Child Miners in Bolivia

Trade Union managers turn a blind eye to assist the children’s families but dangers due to illness and accidents condemn these kids to short lives of back-breaking labour.

Gypsy Witch

Romanian film-maker Liviu Tipurita went to see Madame Rudika, inheritor of a gift from a line of the most influential gypsy witches in the region.

Children Who Don’t Exist

Hind Al-Hannawi defies tradition to take the father of her 18 month old girl to court because he refuses to legally register the baby’s existence.

Singing Barber of Mosul

It’s not safe to be shaving beards and singing pop songs in MosulSo barber and wannabe pop idol, Mohamed Yunis, heads to Beirut to fulfill his dream.

Divorce in Aden
After divorce in Yemen, women struggle to find independence and acceptance in society. Amani Zain goes back to her birthplace with questions of her own.< td="">
The Red Zone 

Predominantly Muslim areas of southern Thailand face brutality that fails to fall along purely sectarian lines. Director Thiwari Werayasobprasong spoke to both victims and perpetrators of this shadowy war, in the red zone.

Banking on the Future

Ajay is 13 and a Bank Manager. But the bank he manages is a special kind of bank aimed at helping street children in IndiaGeoff Dunlop visits the boys at the Butterfly bank.


Avalon
Once known as the final resting place of the anti-Apartheid movement’s greatest fallen heroes, Avalon now hosts a less prestigious African legacy – a cemetery fast running out of space because of AIDS.
The War Comes Home

Gadi Schwartz takes his first trip to investigate the mood of middle America and its position on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

 
Looking Good
With the Taliban gone, the anonymous blue veil remains a common sight on Afghanistan's uneasy streets - but with the make up underneath: anything goes.
 

Romance Chinese Style
Speed dating, online dating and love schools have replaced party loyalty in China Maggie Gu meets young Chinese singletons for whom love is paramount, with the help of Teacher Du, the love Guru.

Photographing The Exodus
Juan Medina traces failed asylum seekers back to Mali and meets the families of those desperate enough to flee. In this award winning film, Justin Webster follows Juan to understand the man and the cause that has become his life’s work.
 


Mud and Guts
The village of Gorlu is re-building their homes and lives with mud and guts after fleeing two years ago due to civil war.


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