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Avatar: Creating the World of Pandora
He Named Me Malala
Antarctica: A Year on Ice
They Shall Not Grow Old
Tony Robbins I Am Not Your Guru
Adele Live At The Royal Albert Hall
The Social Dilemma
Exit Through the Gift Shop
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Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King
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The Great Invisible
On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. It killed 11 workers and caused the worst oil spill in American history. The explosion still haunts the lives of those most intimately affected, though the story has long ago faded from the front page.
At once a fascinating corporate thriller, a heartbreaking human drama and a peek inside the walls of the secretive oil industry, 'The Great Invisible' is the first documentary feature to go beyond the media coverage to examine the crisis in depth through the eyes of oil executives, survivors and Gulf Coast residents who experienced it first-hand and then were left to pick up the pieces while the world moved on.
Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, was arrested at Ecuador's embassy in London on April 11, 2019. He was cornered in a tiny building for seven years, with threatens to undermine the organization he leads and fracture the movement he inspired.
Filmed over six years, Risk is a character study capturing his confinement. Director Laura Poitras finds herself caught between the motives and contradictions of Assange and his inner circle.
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Putin thinks that the West must understand that today's Russia cannot function exactly as the West does, already. Putin also explains his views on NATO, and cannot see any reason to why this military alliance has grown after the fall of Communism in Europe.
When Stone asks about Putin's views on Edward Snowden and whether he is a traitor or not, Putin replies, 'No he is not, as he never has worked for any foreign country,' and also claims that Russian intelligence does not know anything more than what Snowden already had leaked before he arrived at Moscow.
The Putin Interviews
The Satanic Verses 30 Years On
The publication of Salman Rushdie's novel The Satanic Verses in 1988 sparked a culture war in Britain between those in the Muslim community, who considered the book blasphemous and called for the book to be banned, and those defending it as an expression of freedom of speech. Protests, which began in the north of England, soon spread across the UK and to the rest of the Islamic world, culminating in February 1989 with Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini issuing a fatwa - a death sentence on the writer.
Now, 30 years on, broadcaster and journalist Mobeen Azhar embarks on a journey, starting in his native Yorkshire where the protest first began, to examine the lasting effect the book has had on the Muslim community and how the events of 1989 continue to have an impact today.
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Following the stories of Bruce Lisker and Reggie Cole who spent year after year in prison for murders they didn't commit - audiences get a harrowing look at how barbaric the US justice system is. The film ultimately asks how we can survive the prison model at all, and looks at better solutions for conflict resolution, harm reduction, crime and more. Hosted by filmmaker Matthew Cooke and guest hosting representatives from the massive range of Americans joining forces to change this broken system.
Survivors Guide to Prison
The Crime of the Century
How to Grow a Planet
The Beatles: Get Back
How Art Made the World
Chased by Sea Monsters
The Men Who Built America
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