C. I. A. (Documentary)
There are many facets to the C.I.A, this documentary takes a look at it's fight against terrorism, whilst it creates and supports Dictators and terrorists in nations that it wishes to fight or control. Why the perpetual enemy is required and how the Agency is funded. (pre-production)
Saudi … the Kingdom of terror (Documentary)
Although Saudi Arabia is in the headlines now and then it's behaviour is never reprimanded, many ask the questions "Why?'
To answer this question we must travel back to the beginning… the birth of Saudi Arabia.
Invented by the West, Saudi has long been a "Friend and Ally" a centre not only for wealth but intelligence information in the middle east. Has Saudi gained too much influence with it's western allies? Well when you have 850 Billion dollars of your wealth invested in America, one would expect that you may be able to bend a few people to your way of thinking. (pre-production)
Our President Saddam ( Documentary)
An overview of the Presidency/Dictatorship of Saddam Hussein's rule of Iraq for over 30 years. While there have been many documentaries made about Saddam and his family this one differs in that it will show his benefits to Iraq as well as his well documented downfalls. It also aims to make comparisons with the present government's rule of Iraq and ask the question
" Can Iraq be a democracy?" (pre-production)
The true story of the executioner in the most notorious prison in Iraq, Abu Ghraib, how he became that man and the masters he served. As the anonymous hooded man he did the bidding of Saddam Hussein and after the fall of Iraq in 2003 his services were still required by the CIA. His job description changed however, no longer did he just execute, now he tortured too…
While he never left the grounds of Abu Ghraib, Abu Aruba lead a family life inside it's walls creating lives within a kingdom of death and torment.
This screenplay is adapted from the book of the same title written by Latif Yahia which is due for release later this year. (pre-production)
Murderous leader to Human Rights Activist, A leap of faith? (Documentary)
When Tony Blair made his conversion from Protestant to Catholic one had to wonder, was he seeking greater redemption for the War on Iraq?
Bill Clinton, a man who bombed Baghdad daily in the '90's now speaks readily on Human Rights issues, the list goes on…
So, how and why do these men of power change so dramatically when they leave their chairs behind? Some would have you believe they were "forced" others were "duped" can we really believe such a U-turn and if we can, can we trust that our leaders really are doing the right thing in the first place?