A few days after the outbreak of Hurricane Katrina, Sotiris Danezis travels to the water world of New Orleans and presents the stories of those who survived the biggest natural disaster that hit the United States in the last century.
In October 2006 North Korea announced that it had successfully completed its first nuclear test. War Zone travels to one of the world's most secluded countries and presents rare images from a utopian society.
During Sierra Leone’s civil war, diamonds were a basic source of income for the rebels, a source of funding for the governments’ army and a way to pay the mercenaries. War Zone presents the true story of Sierra Leone’s blood diamonds.
In the jungles of Colombia, there where the civil war between leftist guerrillas and the army has been going on for four decades, there where the USA declared the war on drugs, is where 80% of the worldwide cocaine production is compounded.
In the mountain peaks of Nepal, War Zone meets with Maoist rebels and records the people’s uprising against monarchy, which took place in the spring of 2006, in the faraway Himalayan kingdom.