March 2003. War descends on Baghdad. On television it’s shock and awe. But beneath the bombs, ordinary Iraqis struggle to survive. To see beyond the media images, Alexandre Trudeau spent five weeks with an Iraqi family. If journalists could be embedded with the American army, why couldn’t he do the same with Iraqi civilians?More >
Filmmaker Alexandre Trudeau and a young student secure passage into Darfur with a group of rebels. Produced mere months before the International Criminal Court indicts Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir for crimes against humanity, this visionary film tells the tale of a region ravaged by both nature and the human hand and presents an intimate exploration of the intricacies of conflict in Darfur.
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Innocent until proven guilty? Not in Canada, where five terror suspects have been jailed without trial, awaiting deportation to possible torture, unable even to see the charges against them. This is the story of the prisoners, of the people who love them, of those who risk all to help – a story that leads Alexandre Trudeau to Syria, one of the countries where deportation may lead to torture and death.More >