Past dartmouth films

A feature length documentary about the plight of the Ethiopian coffee farmers, which follows Tadesse Meskela, as he tries to get a fair price for the coffee growers’ co-op he represents.
One of Britain's most promising jazz musician arrangers has a dream: to perform Duke Ellington’s Queen’s Suite to the Queen at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
This unique observational documentary follows the battle for the parliamentary constituency of Barking in East London.
This film charts the life of two boys – Mario and Nini - from primary school, to secondary school and on the streets of London over a period of six years.
Phume Tsewu has dedicated the last twelve years of his life to creating one of South Africa’s most successful choirs.
After seven years of negotiation Lionel Mill managed to gain exclusive access to the private and public life of one of the Saudi Kingdom's 13 governors.
A remarkable film about nuclear testing and its fallout. During the Soviet era, the people of Semipalatinsk in Kazakhstan were used as human guinea pigs in the testing of nuclear weapons.
The disturbing story of what happens to asylum-seeking children when they seek refuge in Britain.
The Interconnected World is a film in four parts about the International Monetary Fund and the global economic crisis.
Fifty per of us collect something. In this film we meet some of the UK's most eccentric collectors.
Pig Business charts the four year investigation by eco-campaigner Tracy Worcester into the industrialisation of pork production.