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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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    Ruby Ridge (2017)

    The 1992 standoff at the remote cabin took the lives of three people, and inflamed simmering anti-government resentment among groups who were already becoming active in the Pacific Northwest, director Barak Goodman’s film suggests. “Ruby Ridge” tells the story of how things went tragically wrong in a confrontation between Randy Weaver — who was […]

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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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    Special Task Force South Africa – Mini Series (1999)

    Three-part series following the elite force of the South African Police. This documentary goes on patrol with The Special Task Force South Africa in one of the most violent countries in the world. They deal with the most dangerous situations – the ones the police can’t handle. Cameraman Jeff Chagrin spent a year on […]

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    The Accused (2017)

    The first of its kind, Channel Five’s The Accused, followed the real story of 23-year-old Kenzey from the UK who was accused of two offences related to the brain injuries sustained by her baby daughter. Camera crews followed the young woman, who cannot be named fully for legal reasons, throughout the ten weeks between […]

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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 Gun Shop (2017)

    The Gun Shop goes deep into the heart of a community feeling the effects of the gun violence plaguing much of America today. It’s a snapshot of a place where people feel threatened, and where they feel the only way to protect themselves is to exercise their right to bear arms. The film goes […]

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    The Interrupters (2011)

    Made in collaboration with the journalist Alex Kotlowitz on whose New York Times article the film is based, The Interrupters centres on CeaseFire, an organisation established in African-American and Hispanic Chicago in 1995 on the initiative of the epidemiologist Gary Slutkin who aimed to fight the endemic violence in Chicago’s ghettos by bringing to […]

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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.