The Corridors of Power © Dror Moreh Films (2022)
The Corridors of Power © Dror Moreh Films (2022)
The Corridors of Power © Dror Moreh Films (2022)

ACMI & Docplay present

The Corridors of Power

Big Screen Premiere

Dror Moreh | USA, Israel, Germany, France, UK, Belgium, Norway | 2023 | Unclassified (15+)


Tue 1 Aug 2023


Join us in the cinema for Academy Award nominee Dror Moreh's interrogation of US Foreign Policy and its effect (or ineffectiveness) on genocide.

A deeply disturbing examination of genocide during recent decades.

Stephen Farber (The Hollywood Reporter)

Oscar®-nominated director Dror Moreh (The Gatekeepers, The Human Factor) returns to screens with a forensic examination of US foreign policy of the past forty years.

Filled with the insights of more than thirty political heavyweights including Henry Kissinger, Hillary Clinton, Madeleine Albright and Condoleezza Rice, Moreh's striking documentary asks its subjects to reflect on the USA's response to atrocities in Rwanda, Bosnia and Syria.

The Corridors of Power will be available to stream on Docplay later in 2023.

Format: DCP
Language: English
Source: Madman Entertainment
Courtesy: Madman Entertainment
Runtime: 135 mins


Unclassified (15+)

This films contains footage which might distress some viewers. Viewers under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.


This event is FREE for ACMI Members.

Members will be invited to book tickets (a maximum of 2 per member) from Thursday 13 July 2023.

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