• Breaking Point 1

    This documentary series traces in five episodes the root causes of the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran. It covers issues from the 1953 coup d’état to the shah’s socio-economic as well as political policies, which eventually resulted in his fall.

  • Buried Killers

    During Saddam Hussein’s war against Iran, Iraqi forces planted up to 20 million landmines on Iranian soil. A great number of them are still buried unexploded just to take innocent lives years after the war.

  • Lasting Legacies: Allameh Mohammad Taghi Jafari

    This documentary deals with the biography of Allamah Mohammad Taghi Jafari, one of the outstanding figures in contemporary Iran who devoted his entire life to religion, philosophy and science.

  • The Wall of Wishes

    Looks into the life of asylum seekers who fled their war-torn countries in search of a better life in Germany.

  • In Quest of Simurgh: Piemontese

    Piemontese is an Italian professor of Persian language and literature for many years. In this documentary, he shares with us what he has found interesting about Iran, its history and language over decades of studies.

  • The Leaf of Eastern Tree

    Delving into the history of German literature, this documentary deals with German prominent writer and poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, focusing on the influence Persian poet Hafez had on his works.

  • The Dream of Carpet

    The Persian carpet is an integral part of Iranian art. This documentary gives information about this ancient art while trying to show the carpet market in Germany, once under the dominance of Persian carpets.

  • Silent Killer

    Israel has been covertly making A-bombs since the 1950s. The source of Israel’s huge nuclear arsenal, Dimona nuclear reactor, is shrouded in secrecy, a taboo that even its dying victims cannot talk about.

  • Rohingya: Inside Myanmar's Genocide

    Press TV correspondent Johnny Miller goes to Myanmar to cover the plight of Rohingya Muslim who are according to the UN one of the most persecuted minorities in the world.

  • Syria Dispatches: An End in Sight?

    Six years into the war in Syria, the film tries to give a vivid picture of the country both on the front line and behind it. As Daesh is waning, things are looking up in this country once again.