A Roman Everyman discovers a violently ill intruder on his sofa after returning from the market. Begrudgingly, the Everyman must nurse this stranger back to health before he can unearth the ominous man’s true purpose for being there….
How far would you go to appropriate your muse? What if your muse was Vincent Van Gogh, an artist who has inspired many, yet committed suicide. To which extent would you then venture, in an attempt of achieving his skills and fame….
The Chaperone tells the true, previously untold story of a lone school teacher who fought off an entire motorcycle gang while chaperoning a middle school dance in a church basement in 1970s Montreal, Canada….
Jing is a retired soldier, teaching instrument to children for free under a bridge in Haining, Zhejiang. He persisted doing such thing every single day for 17 years. Hundreds of children have been flourished by him….
When there’s a gun crime in America, there’s only one place to go to trace the gun back to its owner: Martinsburg, West Virginia. That’s where the ATF’s National Tracing Center handles roughly 8,000 active traces per day – all while inside a government-mandated technology time-capsule that makes searching…
In the summer of 2009, a man calling himself Peter Bergmann arrived in Sligo Town. Over his final three days, he would go to great lengths to ensure no one would ever discover who he was or where he came from….
In the heart of the bush of Burkina Faso, where the gravel is hollowed, a stubborn civilisation hunts out its future below the earth’s surface. Blind, or perhaps all too seing, the gold miners dig away, night and day, spurred on by the madness that drives man to his…