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    Girl Rising (2013)

    Girl Rising tells the stories of nine girls from different parts of the world who face arranged marriages, child slavery, and other heartbreaking injustices. Despite these obstacles, the brave girls offer hope and inspiration. By getting an education, they’re able to break barriers and create change. Girl Rising is powered by strategic partner, Intel […]

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    Las Vegas Law (2016-)

    Las Vegas prosecutors practicing law–being themselves; going after the proverbial “bad guy.” Real crime, real evidence, real justice… just the facts. imdb Episode 1: The Evil Men Do (2016) A man faces the death penalty for three murders on the iconic Strip in Las Vegas; a male massage therapist is charged with sexually abusing […]

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    Lucent (2014)

    Commonly referred to as “the Australian Earthlings”, Lucent is a feature-length documentary which explores the darker side of Australia’s pig farming industry through a combination of hand-held and hidden camera footage, highlighting the day-to-day cruelty accepted by the industry as standard practice. Lucent is the result of a successful crowdfunding campaign initiated in late […]

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    Man on Wire (2008)

    On August 7, 1974, Philippe Petit, a French wire walker, juggler, and street performer days shy of his 25th birthday, spent 45 minutes walking, dancing, kneeling, and lying on a wire he and friends strung between the rooftops of the Twin Towers. Uses contemporary interviews, archival footage, and recreations to tell the story of […]

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    Once Upon A Crime: U.S. Police Brutality (2016)

    Miguel Francis-Santiago investigates police brutality in the USA. Hundreds of US citizens die every year at the hands of law enforcement officers. A disturbing number appeared to pose no immediate threat to their killers. Unarmed people being shot, beaten and even suffocated to death by officers, continue to make headlines, despite an almost continuous […]

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    Policing the Police (2016)

    How do you change a troubled police department? FRONTLINE goes inside the Newark Police Department — one of many forces in America ordered to reform. As the country’s debate over race, policing and civil rights continues to unfold, the New Yorker’s Jelani Cobb examines allegations of police abuses in Newark, N.J. and the challenge […]

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    Secrets of the Tribe (2010)

    The field of anthropology goes under the magnifying glass in this fiery investigation of the seminal research on Yanomami Indians. In the 1960s and ’70s, a steady stream of anthropologists filed into the Amazon Basin to observe this “virgin” society untouched by modern life. Thirty years later, the events surrounding this infiltration have become […]

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    Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs (2012)

    Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs exposes the massive public health dangers of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The film features the world’s leading Scientists, Physicians, Professors, Politicians, Attorneys and Environmental Activists who reveal the frightening truth surrounding the vast use of GMOs in our food supply. You’ll see the deception and deep […]

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    The Conspiracy Files: Putin, The FBI and Donald Trump (2017)

    An ugly and controversial U.S. election campaign got even uglier – and more bizarre – after the election was over. In recent days, Donald Trump has faced a storm of questions about his Russian connections. Meanwhile, the FBI is also taking incoming fire over how it publicly handled the Clinton email affair – while […]

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    The Conspiracy Files: The Trump Dossier (2016)

    The occasional series that does admirable work dismantling rusty conspiracy theories finds a basement full of them in Trump Towers. Donald Trump has stoked paranoia among his more extreme followers, publicly repeating claims that Barack Obama was ineligible to be president because he had faked his birth certificate – the notorious “birther” conspiracy was […]

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    The Mona Lisa Curse (2008)

    On September 16, even as Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch were collapsing, Damien Hirst was setting a new record for sales at auction by an individual artist. His private auction at Sotheby’s netted him $197.8 million. The staggering sums accrued here, particularly against the backdrop of such a massive financial crisis, indicate a new […]

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    The Norden – Police (2014)

    Police captain Peter Whittingham from LAPD visits Finland, Sweden and Norway. How are suspects treated? What equipment do Nordic police officers carry, and how are they allowed to use it? What role does the police have in the Nordics? English subtitles. Host: Joakim Rundt.