A high-profile documentary featuring foreign policy greats from the U.S. Department of State, the Canadian Parliament, Freedom House, the China Tribunal, Bitter Winter, and more will premiere this week.

Synopsis: Singer-songwriter and human rights activist James H. White sets out for Washington, DC to write a song in protest of the Beijing Winter Olympics. After hearing the gut-wrenching story of three sisters who were tortured in China, he flies across the Atlantic to unbury an even larger, more sinister threat darkened by decades of media silence.

Directed by Mathias Magnason, an award-winning Swedish filmmaker who worked for the United Nations, Swedish television, and now has his own production company in the United States.