Untold stories of the Kosovo War
A boy, hiding from artillery fire, makes a wish for peace, with unexpected results.
Toto, a worker in Catalonia, analyzes the violence spiral experienced in Barcelona in October 2019.
The true story of a soldier’s journey through the heat and hell of the Vietnam war in the 1960’s.
In 1941, Hong Kong was the Casablanca of the East, a city full of war refugees, profiteers and spies. With the sudden attack by Japanese troops, a Canadian soldier’s Christmas promise is broken during the Battle of Hong Kong.
Gone for the Moment (2019) is a short war film directed and edited by Josiah Dunjey. The film stars Peter Sullivan as Charles Seymour among other notable cast members such as Lachlan Macritchie (Private Bridges) and Carla da Silva (Lily Blackwood). Produced and written by Peter Sullivan, the film follows Charles Seymour (Peter Sullivan) throughout his Italian campaign as an Australian in WW2. Charles feels it is necessary for him to go and fight in the war although his wife Lily Blackwood (Carla da Silva) thinks otherwise.
Marlin (Joe Wilcox) and his slightly crazy but loving wife Elvira (Lauren Campbell) are having money troubles in the 1940’s. Marlin seems to have caught his lucky break when a powerful person in the war is interested in him making a propaganda movie for him. Unfortunately the couple may have bitten off more than they could chew.
On November 8, 1937, Taiyuan fell and the army retreated south to Linfen. For a time, this Jinnan town became the center of the War of Resistance in Shanxi and even North China. At this time, a special formation unit of the Eighth Route Army, the Eighth Route Army Academy, was established in Liucun Town, Linfen. In more than one hundred days, more than six hundred bloody youths “cast into steel” in this anti-Japanese war furnace.
When British Infantrymen come across a German unit in war torn France, they discover that there is more to war than politics and murder