A day after being nominated for a BAFTA, the documentary Tiger tells the story of the plight of a young girl from the Ivory Coast who is the subject of a brutal attack by an angry mob.
The film also stars Tilda Swinton, who plays a young, white girl, and the star of the popular BBC series, The Knick, Tom Hiddleston.
Tiger, directed by John Boorman, follows the story with the help of local officials, doctors and activists.
The film’s star, Tom Hardy, is also in the cast, playing a character called The Tiger.
The BBC documentary series, which has received numerous awards, has been praised for its portrayal of the struggles of African children.
The producers said the film will be watched by thousands of people.
The Tiger documentary has been nominated for four BAFTA awards, including best documentary, and it is also being shown at the BAFTA Awards at the Royal Opera House.
It is one of a number of documentaries being shown around the world by the BBC.
The first of which was produced by the New York-based BBC documentary team, The Guardian, in the early 1990s, which was shown on PBS in Britain.
The programme received a total of 18 awards from the BBC and BBC Worldwide.
The documentary was also nominated for three Academy Awards.
In 2009, it was awarded a Bafta for best documentary at the annual Academy Awards in London.
It won for best docudrama, best short documentary and best documentary feature.
The Guardian said that in addition to being nominated, the film also won the documentary feature prize at the Oscars in 2010.
A similar documentary called Lion was nominated in the best documentary category in 2014.