The Bernard-Henri Lévy Collection

Bernard-Henri Lévy is one of the world’s most influential public intellectuals. This collection of his politically charged documentary filmmaking work, leading off with THE WILL TO SEE (2022), is an unflinching look at the most urgent humanitarian crises around the globe, ranging from Afghanistan to Ukraine. THE OATH OF TOBRUK (2012) tracks six months of Lévy ‘s behind-the-scenes work in war-torn Libya. In PESHMERGA (2016), Lévy travelled to the front lines of ISIS, seeking first-hand understanding of the ongoing conflict. Picking up where Peshmerga left off, THE BATTLE OF MOSUL (2017) is a riveting cinematic dispatch from Mosul as it attempts to free itself from the grip of the Islamic State.

The Will to See

An unflinching look at the most urgent humanitarian crisis around the globe.


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The Oath of Tobruk

Six months of behind-the-scenes work in war-torn Libya, as Bernard-Henri Lévy bargains with the emergent National Transitional Council and urges western leaders to use military force against Muammar Gaddafi. Lévy’s courageous hands-on intervention helps build the international consensus for UN military action. The film’s title is a reference to the oath of Kufra, made when the Free French scored their first victory in Libya and swore not to lay down their arms until France was liberated from the Nazis.


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The Battle of Mosul

A riveting cinematic dispatch from Mosul as it attempts to free itself from the grip of the Islamic State.


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Peshmerga

Bernard-Henri Lévy travelled to the front lines of ISIS, seeking first-hand understanding of the ongoing conflict.


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