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No Stone Unturned

In 1994, six men were gunned down and five wounded in a pub while celebrating Ireland’s landmark victory over Italy in a World Cup soccer match in the small village of Loughinisland, Northern Ireland. With a police investigation that was perfunctory, at best, no culprit was ever brought to justice, and the case languished, unsolved. […]

Zero Days

In his new film, Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney explores the phenomenon of Stuxnet, a self-replicating computer virus discovered in 2010 by international IT experts. Evidently commissioned by the US and Israeli governments, this malware was designed to specifically sabotage Iran’s nuclear programme. However, the complex computer worm ended up not only infecting its intended target but also spreading uncontrollably. Although to this day officially denied, Stuxnet was created by two allied forces who were each pursuing their own agendas, and in doing so opened up the Pandora’s box of cyber warfare…

My Trip to Al-Qaeda

Journalist Lawrence Wright brings his multilayered one-man play to the screen as he discusses how a reporter remains objective while covering highly charged issues such as 9/11, Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden’s past and the history of Islam. Wright examines the Muslim religion, Al-Qaeda’s rise to power and bin Laden’s complicated relationship with the rulers of Saudi Arabia in this riveting documentary from Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney.

Catching Hell

After the Chicago Cubs blow an opportunity to reach the World Series in 2003, Cubs fans blame the team’s misfortune on fellow fan Steve Bartman, who interfered with a foul ball and prevented Moises Alou from making a catch.