Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World
Director: Hans Pool
Country: The Netherlands
Year of production: 2018
Duration: 88 min
  • The citizen and the state
  • Right to information
  • Human dignity
  • Activists / NGOs
  • Government officials
  • Journalists
  • Institutions of the state penitentiary system of Ukraine
  • Employees of penitentiary system
  • Teachers
  • Students
Inclusive component:
  • Audio description
  • Sound description
Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World explores the promise of open-source investigation, taking viewers inside the exclusive world of the ‘investigative citizen journalist’ collective known as Bellingcat. In cases ranging from the MH17 disaster to the poisoning of a Russian spy in the United Kingdom, the Bellingcat team’s quest for truth will shed light on the fight for journalistic integrity in an era of fake news and alternative facts.
Hans Pool

Hans Pool was born in the Netherlands in 1962. He is an award-winning director and cinematographer who combines a journalistic approach with intellectual depth. He masterfully conveys topics that are difficult to grasp with a cinematic language that everyone understands.



The Right to Win (2004), Looking for an Icon (2005), Views on Vermeer (2009), Putin's Olympic Dream (2012), Via Genoa (2017)

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