Tag Archives: Documentaries

Brain Story (2000)

Brain Story is a 6 one hour episodes series by BBC, narrated by british scientist Susan Greenfield . The series examines the mysteries of the human brain. Each episode is dedicated to a different subject regarding the brain functions. The first episode explores the origins of emotions. Episode two reveals the illusion of vision. On the next episodes Greenfield is searching out the outstanding characteristics that differentiates humans from chimps, explaining the formation of the human brain that is based on constant changes between neuron connections, and on the 6th episode reaches out the final mystery of human conciousness. All these issues are being interladed by following patients undergoing brain surgeries whilst awake and interviewing philosophers, clinicians and neurosurgeons. If you are not about to fade away on the view of an open brain, go for it!


Banaz A Love Story (2012) Fuuse Films

A documentary about Banaz Mahmod, one of the thousands of victims of honor killings in muslim communities in the UK and worldwide, who was raped, tortured and finally murdered at age 20 by her own family.

Norwegian-born to muslim parents, film director and human rights defender Deeyah Khan and producer Darin Prndle, are presenting an excellent example of a completed and balanced testimonial documentary, interviewing witnesses from both muslim and non-muslim communities.

A great and qualified research that tries to bring into light these horrifying related to culture acts of vengeance, targeting mainly women who are believed to have brought dishonor upon their family.