We have seen plenty of war documentaries hit the big screen over the years but Drone is set to be unlike anything that we have seen before.
Drone marks the return of Tonje Hessen Schei to the director's chair - in what is the third feature film of her career and comes after the success of Play Again and Independent Intervention.
This time around, Schei take audiences into the unknown world of drone warfare as she is given unprecedented access to one of the most controversial practices of modern day conflict.
2015 has already been a terrific year for documentary film, but Drone is promising to be another film in this genre that is well and truly not to be missed.
Drone is a documentary film that we are looking forward to here at FemaleFirst and we have an exclusive clip from the movie to share with you:
Drone covers diverse and integral ground: from the recruitment of young pilots at gaming conventions and the re-definition of 'going to war', to the moral stance of engineers behind the technology, the world leaders giving the secret 'green light' to engage in the biggest targeted killing program in history, and the people willing to stand up against the violations of civil liberties and fight for transparency, accountability and justice.
This is just the beginning. In the midst of fast advancement of technology and lagging international legislation, the film shows how drones change wars and possibly our future.
Drone promises to be one of the most engaging and interesting documentaries that we have seen so far this year, as the director aims to shed some light on this mysterious world - as well as bring a bit of understanding to the subject.
Drone is a film that I have been looking forward to for some time and I can't wait to see what Schei delivers.