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  • Analysis
    4 years ago
    by KondoR
    +16 +4

    Monsanto Owns Us: The Monopoly of Seeds and Intellectual Property Rights

    For plants designed in a lab a little more than a decade ago, they’ve come a long way: Today, the vast majority of the nation’s two primary crops grow from seeds genetically altered according to Monsanto company patents.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by AriZona
    +28 +3

    How a 5'5" Basketball Player Trained Himself to Dunk

    Brandon Todd is one of the shortest men in the world capable of dunking a basketball.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by hxxp
    +27 +2

    Free to Play: The Movie (2014)

    Free To Play is a feature-length documentary that follows three professional gamers from around the world as they compete for a million dollar prize in the first Dota 2 International Tournament. In recent years, E Sports has surged in popularity to become one of the most widely-practiced forms of competitive sport today. A million dollar tournament changed the landscape of the gaming world and for those elite players at the top of their craft, nothing would ever be the same again.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by Pio
    +4 0

    Free to Play: Valves documentary on dota 2

    FREE TO PLAY is a feature-length documentary that follows three professional gamers from around the world as they compete for a million dollar prize in the first Dota 2 International Tournament.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by belangermira
    +20 +3

    The Ugly Truth About Horse Racing

    An exposé by PETA, published in The New York Times, shows a side of the sport that the industry has tried hard to shield from public view. 

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by Nelson
    +30 +5

    Manhunt: Inside the Boston Marathon bombing investigation

    Federal investigators tell Scott Pelley the inside story of the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt a year after the infamous act of terror

  • Interactive
    4 years ago
    by Pio
    +21 +5

    5.5 million people watched Valve's Dota 2 documentary over the weekend

    Valves documentary "free to play" was witnessed by 5.5 million people on its opening weekend, making it one of the most watched documentaries ever.

  • Current Event
    4 years ago
    by JonAlmighty
    +1 +1

    She Got Game: A Documentary Celebrating Women In Gaming - ASidCast

    “A celebration of women in the gaming world through the eyes of a young woman interviewing developers, gamers, cosplayers and more!” She Got Game is a documentary in the making, about not only female video game developers and competitive gamers, but about the gaming industry and community as a whole, and of course, the female …

  • Expression
    4 years ago
    by hxxp
    +13 +4

    The Dead Zoo Gang

    A globetrotting saga about international rhino horn thieves.

  • Analysis
    4 years ago
    by KondoR
    +18 +3

    Hitler May Have Married a Jew, DNA Study Suggests

    Adolf Hitler may have “unwittingly” married a Jewish woman, according to a controversial UK television documentary. DNA analysis of hair samples from a hairbrush claimed to belong to Eva Braun, Hitler’s long-term mistress who married the Nazi dictator hours before their joint suicide, are said to contain a specific sequence passed through the maternal line which hints at Jewish roots.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by guardini1978
    +1 +1

    BANGKOK GIRL -- Thailand Night Life Documentary

    Filmed in 2002 - Bangkok Girl provides a glimpse into Thailand's notorious and booming night scene through the experiences of a 19-year-old bar girl. Working in the bars from the age of thirteen, she has managed to avoid selling her body—a remarkable revelation given her surroundings — but her refusal to take part in this all-too-common profession for young Thai women cannot last.

  • Analysis
    4 years ago
    by TNY
    +19 +3

    9 Animals That Are On the Verge of Disappearing Forever

    Over the weekend, the IMAX documentary Island of Lemurs: Madagascar opened in theaters. Narrated by Morgan Freeman, it is an attempt to raise awareness about efforts to conserve what researchers call the most threatened mammal on Earth. Here’s a glimpse at other threatened and endangered animals that have made headlines recently.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by doodlegirl
    +23 +5

    Video: Thank You For Vaping

    In 1963, a patent was filed for a “smokeless non-tobacco cigarette,” but the invention did not take off. Forty years later, in 2003, Hon Lik, a Chinese pharmacist whose father had died of smoking-induced lung cancer, patented a similar device—this time, reimagined with nicotine. Fast-forward ten more years, to 2013, and electronic cigarettes—or e-cigs, as they’re often called— had mushroomed into a billion-dollar industry.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by ImOneMama
    +2 +1

    OneMama: Discovering Our Mothers

    OneMama.org - OneMama Organization Featuring Siobhan Neilland Founder Meet the founder of OneMama, Siobhan Neilland represents the heart of the OneMama organization in this documentary by Justin P. Wayoro. Passionate about making a difference in the world. Inspired by a Ugandan midwife, Mama Jamira, Siobhan found her calling helping people in desperate conditions empower themselves to create change. For more information about Discovering Our Mothers, visit discoveringourmothers.com

  • Analysis
    4 years ago
    by grandsalami
    +20 +8

    The producers of Kony 2012 say they've learned their lesson, but critics aren't so sure

    A video titled Kony 2012, about the crimes and human rights abuses committed by a Ugandan warlord named Joseph Kony and his fighters from the Lords Resistance Army, became a surprise viral video hit two years ago. It was viewed tens of millions of times around the world.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by Snapzucom
    +11 +2

    Last Chance High: Episode One

    On Chicago's West Side, there is a school for the city's most at-risk youth — the Moses Montefiore Academy. Most of the students at Montefiore have been kicked out of other schools for aggressive behavior, and many have been diagnosed with emotional disorders. Last Chance High takes viewers inside Montefiore's classrooms and into the homes of students who are one mistake away from being locked up or committed to a mental hospital.

  • Expression
    4 years ago
    by hedman
    +34 +6

    Miss Cleo on Her Fake Patois and Getting Ripped Off by the Psychic Friends Network

    If you looked at or were ever near a television in the late 90s or early 2000s, you'll remember the buoyant and boisterous television psychic Miss Cleo. Born Youree Dell Harris, Cleo was the ostensibly Jamaican frontwoman for the Psychic Readers Network who became a cultural touchstone thanks to her colorful outfits, which exuded Afrocentricity, her occasionally questionable patois, and her memorable “Call me now!” exhortation.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by aj0690
    +32 +7

    United States of Secrets

    How did the government come to spy on millions of Americans?

  • Expression
    4 years ago
    by kong88
    +10 +2

    Saving South Sudan

    Sudan was once home to a great civilization that was the most advanced in all of Africa—but centuries of colonialism and conflict, and a post-independence period ravaged by coups, dictatorships, and incompetent rule, mired Sudan in a series of never-ending wars. This timeline details how by 2013, the oil-rich, fertile nation was falling apart.

  • Analysis
    4 years ago
    by sharky
    -2 +1

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    A Must-See: Russell Brand Destroys Everything We’re Being Told

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by hedman
    +6 +3

    Courtroom Sketch Artist

    This short documentary captures the rise and fall of a courtroom sketch artist in Texas.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by sharky
    +14 +3

    Weed: CNN Special by Dr Sanjay Gupta (Full Length Documentary)

    A story about how Dr Sanjay Gupta changed his mind about the benefits of marijuana.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by Blaze
    +28 +7

    Cuba’s drag racers

    This is a trailer for upcoming documentary Havana Motor Club, which explores Cuba's underground community of car racers, and their quest to host the first legal drag race since the revolution in 1959.

  • Expression
    4 years ago
    by giblue
    +22 +7

    Class War

    1%-ers fight against the 99%-ers for rights to universal education, worker rights, unimpeded right to vote, and rights to a clean environment

  • Expression
    4 years ago
    by jackthetripper
    +15 +4

    The Courting of Marvin Clark

    MARVIN CLARK JR. was sold. Fresh off a recruiting visit to the University of Oregon two years ago, he was convinced he wanted to play there. He loved the Ducks’ fast-paced offense, the team needed a player at his position, and one of his youth coaches had played for an Oregon assistant. That was the type of edge that could help in a battle for playing time.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by macavoy
    +6 +1

    Inside The Ku Klux Klan

    A GROUP of Ku Klux Klan members says it is planning military style combat training for the FIRST time in KKK history - exactly 60 years after the birth of the African-American Civil Rights Movement. Klan bosses say an influx of military troops - existing members and new KKK recruits - will return to the US from overseas campaigns in a matter of weeks and plan to train the Loyal White Knights (LWK) faction, which has Klan members made up of men, women and children across at least three states.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by ckshenn
    +8 +1

    Qatar's World Cup

    Shocking Documentary Qatar's World Cup by ESPN E60

  • Analysis
    4 years ago
    by socialiguana
    +12 +3

    In the Valley of Fire

    How did a well-trained crew of professional hotshots come to abandon their designated safety zone and walk into a 40-foot-high wall of fire?

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by hxxp
    +15 +7

    Balan the Blowpipe Maker

    Only a few elders of Borneo’s Penan tribe still know how to make their unique hunting tool, the blowpipe. Balan is the last person in his village who practices the dying craft. This short film is an extract from the 30 minute documentary Sunset Over Selungo, which will be released online later this year.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by drunkenninja
    +16 +1

    Arkansas: The Worst Place to Rent in America

    Arkansas is one of the worst places to be a renter in America. It is the only state in the US where tenants are treated as criminals for paying rent late and landlords are not required by law to maintain their properties. Its failure-to-vacate law lets landlords give tenants a 10-day eviction notice if they are even one day overdue. Tenants who can't or won't leave within that span face fines for every day they remain on the property and up to 90 days in jail.

  • Analysis
    4 years ago
    by MrsBean
    +17 +6

    Shadeism: Filmmaker looks at discrimination among people of colour

    'For centuries we have hidden from' the sun, says Tamil filmmaker Nayani Thiyagarajah. 'It makes us darker. And in my culture, dark ain't lovely.' Her upcoming documentary, which is currently finishing production, looks at shadeism, a form of discrimination by people of colour against each other.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by geoleo
    +17 +3

    Destroying Bombs From World War

    France's Department of Mine Clearance is responsible for collecting and destroying unexploded shells still found by the thousands nearly 100 years after the Battle of Verdun.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by ckshenn
    +16 +2

    The Putter

    Ernest Wright & Sons of Sheffield, is the last remaining hand manufacturer of scissors . The film documents ' Putter ' Cliff Denton literally a putter togetherer of scissors .

  • Expression
    4 years ago
    by melaniee
    +14 +5

    The Life And Death Of 'The Internet's Own Boy'

    Programmer and activist Aaron Swartz was a "complex person," says filmmaker Brian Knappenberger. He tells Swartz's story, including his legal battle and suicide, in a new documentary.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by ladyliberty
    +18 +5

    Making cocaine in Colombia

    This segment from the documentary "The Cocaine Route" shows the picking, mashing and eventual reduction of coca leaves into a raw form of cocaine powder. The head of the production outfit, Pablo, grinds up the leaves with a weed whacker, mixes in some cement and dissolves everything in petrol. It's a pretty interesting watch