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  • Video/Audio
    1 day ago
    by RXCKSTXR
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    How Did Halloween Become Commercialized?

  • Video/Audio
    19 hours ago
    by AdelleChattre
    +10 +1

    Boyle Family

    Two Step Films Ltd.

  • Video/Audio
    5 days ago
    by AdelleChattre
    +12 +3

    A Night at the Garden

    Marshall Curry

  • Video/Audio
    8 days ago
    by docudave
    +27 +7

    How Blizzard Conquered the Gaming World

  • Video/Audio
    3 weeks ago
    by rookshook
    +29 +6

    The New Hustle

    The story of three of Australia's fastest growing startups - SafetyCulture, Vinomofo, and Canva - as they scale from garage offices to millions of users and worldwide impact. The New Hustle follows the personal journeys of the founders as they develop and iterate on their idea, attempt to bring it to market, raise capital, and face countless challenges along the way.

  • Video/Audio
    3 weeks ago
    by Maternitus
    +16 +5

    Turning The Art World Inside Out

    After the huge success of recent shows in Venice, London and Paris, interest in Outsider Art has never been higher. But what exactly is it? How do we define it? And who are its gurus and leading lights? Alan Yentob explores this captivating, compelling and magical alternative art universe. (HD, eng/ru subs)

  • Video/Audio
    3 weeks ago
    by imokruok
    +17 +4

    DEEJ Trailer

    A nonspeaking young man dreams of autistic civil rights. The documentary film DEEJ with its insider view of autism, challenges us all to live inclusion.

  • Video/Audio
    2 weeks ago
    by Maternitus
    +24 +3

    Heroin

    A painter with dozens of pieces but only one subject—his ex-wife.

  • Video/Audio
    2 weeks ago
    by Maternitus
    +20 +3

    Kunstglaser

    Norbert Sattler is a master stained glass craftsman in Pleasantville, Nova Scotia.

  • Video/Audio
    1 month ago
    by docudave
    +29 +9

    This Is What It's Like Inside North Korea's Luxury Ski Resort

    Get a glimpse of what life is like in North Korea, a country rarely seen by foreigners. Britain's fastest snowboarder Jamie Barrow is our guide around the DPRK’s capital city Pyongyang before he heads up to the slopes of Masikryong.

  • Video/Audio
    1 month ago
    by zritic
    +20 +8

    DACA, explained

    Protection from deportation and the chance to work have been life-changing for DACA recipients. But if Congress and the White House can’t agree on a bill to protect them within a six-month timeframe, those protections will disappear.

  • Video/Audio
    7 days ago
    by AdelleChattre
    +1 +1

    Nothing to Hide

    Recent debates triggered a radical rethinking of how privacy in the digital age is conventionally discussed. As our social and personal lives are exposed on Google, Facebook and Twitter, the dissolution of privacy shatters social and personal securities. However, as we dare to say, this is not necessarily a bad thing. Is the fight over? And if yes, could we stop worrying and embrace the death of privacy?

  • Video/Audio
    1 month ago
    by Maternitus
    +18 +5

    Insects: are they the best pesticides?

    Ecologists around the world are advocating pesticide-free farming by using insects. But this environmentally friendly method is still in the early stages.

  • Review
    1 month ago
    by AdelleChattre
    +10 +5

    The Environmental Price of the Gilded Age

    The hidden price of the Gilded Age. By Charles P. Pierce.

  • Video/Audio
    2 months ago
    by xXwraithXx
    +17 +9

    "Ten Meter Tower"

    In this documentary short titled Ten Meter Tower, Swedish filmmakers Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson paid 67 people $30 to climb to the top of a ten meter (33 foot) high dive for the very first time all while being filmed. Would they decide to jump? Would they be too scared? The resulting footage is surprisingly riveting as people slowly come to terms with their fears and make a decision. It’s one thing to admit defeat in private, but adding the cameras must add a near insurmountable amount of pressure.

  • Video/Audio
    2 months ago
    by manix
    +34 +10

    Paralyzed To Bmx Bike Riding In 10 Months!

    In honor of this milestone I said that I would get back on my BMX bike and ride at my skate park for the first time since my accident 10 months ago when I broke my neck, smashed my skull, had three brain bleeds, and was expected to be paralyzed from the neck down! I have been so lucky throughout my recovery but this video proves that there is light at the end of every dark tunnel you just need the will and determination to find it.

  • Current Event
    1 month ago
    by grandsalami
    +28 +5

    Netflix's New Gawker vs. Hulk Hogan Doc Has Us All Conflicted

    Shortly before Donald Trump was elected president, Hulk Hogan and Gawker Media ended their months-long legal battle over the wrestler's sex tape. The case may seem like a media law footnote, but as director Brian Knappenberger argues in his documentary, the fight over Gawker's decision to publish the footage irrevocably shifted the media landscape.

  • Video/Audio
    4 months ago
    by jedlicka
    +43 +9

    The Last Man of Mahanan

    Hidden at the very top of New Zealand’s Coromandel Peninsula and accessible only by off-road track is the Mahana commune. Founded in 1978, for nearly 40 years its inhabitants have been elusive. Their story has gone largely unreported. But now, parts of the utopian dream are turning sour. We visit Arthur, one of the remaining members of Mahana, to learn about his reclusive life, his battles with other residents, and his hopes of seeing the valley returned to its past glory.

  • Video/Audio
    3 months ago
    by Maternitus
    +19 +6

    A Brief History of Graffiti (2015)

    Dr Richard Clay goes in search of what it is that has made us scribble and scratch mementoes of our lives for more than 30,000 years. From the prehistoric cave paintings of Burgundy in France, through gladiatorial fan worship in Roman Lyons to the messages left on the walls of Germany's Reichstag in 1945 by triumphant Soviet troops, time and again we have wanted to leave a permanent record of our existence for our descendants. And it may be that this is where what today we call art comes from - the humble scratch, graffiti.

  • Video/Audio
    3 months ago
    by docudave
    +27 +7

    Can an Algorithm Catch a Serial Killer?

    A self-professed data nerd, Thomas Hargrove believes everything around us is following a mathematical formula...including murder. Hargrove wanted to find a way to use data to solve cold cases and identify potential serial killers that have gone unnoticed. Armed with public homicide records, he created an algorithm that can spot similar patterns across different cases.

  • Video/Audio
    3 months ago
    by docudave
    +20 +5

    The Haunting Case Of "The Silent Twins"

    From childhood, twins June and Jennifer Gibbons were inseparably linked, bound together in a strange love and obsessive hatred. Living life only for each other, even creating their own language.

  • Video/Audio
    3 months ago
    by docudave
    +9 +5

    From spy to president: The rise of Vladimir Putin

    Putin’s intent on pushing back against the Western world order... and it appears to be working.

  • Video/Audio
    2 months ago
    by docudave
    +35 +10

    How a Hacker Fired a Locked Smart Gun Using Only Magnets

    The Armatix iP1 pistol and its RFID watch, are sold as one of the most secure firearm systems available. But a hacker, who goes by 'Plore', has found flaws in the Armatix that entirely defeat its security measures.

  • Video/Audio
    2 months ago
    by docudave
    +22 +6

    Panorama, A Prescription for Murder

    Is it possible that a pill prescribed by your doctor can turn you into a killer? Over 40 million prescriptions for SSRI anti-depressants were handed out by doctors last year in the UK. Panorama reveals the devastating side effects on a tiny minority that can lead to psychosis, violence, possibly even murder. With exclusive access to psychiatric reports, court footage and drug company data, reporter Shelley Jofre investigates the mass killings at the 2012 midnight premiere of a Batman movie in Aurora, Colorado.

  • Video/Audio
    1 month ago
    by jerinoos
    +9 +3

    Surrounded by KILLER WHALES!

  • Video/Audio
    1 month ago
    by docudave
    +12 +3

    Inside North Korea (2017)

  • Video/Audio
    7 months ago
    by Maternitus
    +29 +3

    The Internet Warriors

    Why do so many people use the internet to harass and threaten people, and stretch the freedom of speech to its limits? Director Kyrre Lien meets a global group of strongly opinionated individuals, who spend their time debating online on the subjects they care most strongly about. Online platforms are their favourite tools to express the opinions that others might find objectionable in language that often offends. Do they behave in the same way when they come offline?

  • Video/Audio
    7 months ago
    by geoleo
    +23 +3

    The History of The Russian Mafia - Documentary

  • Video/Audio
    7 months ago
    by Maternitus
    +17 +4

    iSpy - The Five Eyes Alliance

    An interactive documentary that shines a light on a global Spy Network Between Five Countries. Created by Jam3, Fumes and The Docufactory, with support from CMF, NZ On Air and Take Part.

  • Video/Audio
    6 months ago
    by Maternitus
    +19 +3

    I Never Tell Anybody Anything - The Life and Art of Edward Burra

    Edward Burra (1905-76) was one of the most elusive British artists of the 20th century. Long underrated, his reputation has been suddenly rehabilitated, with the first major retrospective of his work for 25 years taking place in 2011 and record-breaking prices being paid for his work at auction.

  • Video/Audio
    6 months ago
    by Maternitus
    +19 +4

    Meet Erica, the world's most human-like autonomous android (video)

    Erica is 23. She has a beautiful, neutral face and speaks with a synthesised voice. She has a degree of autonomy – but can’t move her hands yet. Hiroshi Ishiguro is her ‘father’ and the bad boy of Japanese robotics. Together they will redefine what it means to be human and reveal that the future is closer than we might think.

  • Video/Audio
    6 months ago
    by Maternitus
    +26 +4

    The Acquired Savant

    In 2002, Jason Padgett was the victim of a vicious beating outside a karaoke bar in Tacoma, Washington. Upon regaining consciousness, Padgett’s sight was forever altered by a condition called acquired savant syndrome. The brain trauma opened his eyes to an entirely new world—one filled with patterns and strobes, like a stop-motion film. This is a fascinating story into the hidden power of the mind and one man’s inspiring tale of courage and personal triumph. A film by Thomas Petersen.

  • Video/Audio
    6 months ago
    by Maternitus
    +17 +5

    The Moderators

    In an office in India, a cadre of Internet moderators ensures that social media sites are not taken over by bots, scammers, and pornographers. The Moderators shows the humans behind content moderation, taking viewers into the training process that workers go through in order to become social media’s monitors.

  • Video/Audio
    6 months ago
    by Maternitus
    +29 +5

    The Strangest village in Britain

    A moving film about the Yorkshire village of Botton, a place where eccentric behaviour is celebrated and people who might have difficulty being accepted by the outside world are welcomed.

  • Video/Audio
    6 months ago
    by Appaloosa
    +21 +5

    The Boy Who Can't Forget (Medical Documentary) - Real Stories