New Arrivals

The Age of A.I.

Technology is advancing faster than ever before and it seems that we are at the dawn of a new age– the age of Artificial Intelligence.

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Bright Lights

What one woman's 25-year gambling addiction really cost

Poker machines first appeared in Australian pubs in 1992. At first, everyone saw them as harmless mechanical toys– videogames. Nobody was prepared for the effect the ‘pokies’ would have on the lives of so many. 

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Venus: Death of a Planet

Billions of years ago, Venus may have had life-giving habitats similar to those that were once familiar on early Earth. Today, however, its surface is a fossil of volcanic destruction hiding beneath a dense toxic atmosphere.

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Colette

The french resistance fighter confronting facism

Colette has been nominated for an Academy Award (2021) in the category of best documentary short. 90-year-old Colette Marin-Catherine is a former French resistance fighter.

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Chocolate’s Heart of Darkness

Chocolate’s Heart of Darkness Each year we consume about 7 million tons of chocolate worldwide. It comes in a variety of prices and origins from small artisanal chocolate makers to international giants.

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Somalinimo

Navigating one of Britain’s most elite institutions is no easy feat. It can become even more intense if you don’t blend into the crowd.

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The Wolf Dividing Norway

There is a high level of conflict between environmentalists and those opposed to wolves. Farmers are allegedly losing large percentages of their flocks to wolves, but on the other hand, the wolves are considered an endangered species and there are those demanding their protection.

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Childhood 2.0

The Living Experiment

Hundreds of years ago, families lived in extended communities in which people worked together to make sure everybody was taken care of.

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Lupita

In 1994 the Zapatista national liberation army rose up against the Mexican government in an attempt to reclaim indigenous lands. The Mexican army and paramilitaries launched an offensive against indigenous groups that had sided with the Zapatistas.

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2020: A Covid Space Odyssey

When you’re in space looking down on the Earth it fills you with a strange sensation about your place in the world.

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The Seeker

The search for truth led one man into the Amish community, and the end of that search led him back out.

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No Ball Games

Life and Play through the Eyes of Children across the UK

When the government decided to cut the budget destined for youth services in England and Wales by 70%, it did not mean the end of enjoyment.

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Amazon Empire

The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos

After breaking the retail frontier, Jeff Bezos started laying plans to colonize the planets. In May of 2019, he unveiled his latest invention: Blue Moon.

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K2 and the Invisible Footmen

Mountain climbing requires exceptional physical strength because it relies entirely on that. It’s an extreme sport that’s also somewhat of a gamble between life and death.

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Daisy Chain

Can a Cornish Town Adapt to Survive another Lockdown?

In March 2020 when the first reports about the new virus started to spread, there was little guarantee that a total lockdown would be of any use.

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Burkinabe Rising

The Art of Resistance in Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso is a small, landlocked country in West Africa. French colonialists previously called it Upper Volta, but in 1983 when Thomas Tankara took power, he renamed the country.

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Pandemic

Nobody expected the next big global shared experience to be such a negative one. It has been a challenging and sad time for many, as most of us have had to deal with the loss of people we know or love.

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My Brother Jordan

Losing a loved one can be a hard blow to recover from. When it comes to losing a sibling, however, sometimes the pain is even sharper than what more people expect.

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The Circle

Two brothers use choreographed movements and dance to express their experience figuring out masculinity, surviving racism, and understanding the meaning of brotherhood.

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Burn With Us

It was only until 1997 that the former British colony of Hong Kong was handed back to the People’s Republic of China.

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Human Zoos

America's Forgotten History of Scientific Racism

This film tells the heartbreaking story of how thousands of indigenous people from all over the world were openly displayed in the United States in the early 20th Century.

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Nests of Gold

Who knew that the secret to longevity was to eat birds nests? Both young and old men in the Philippines risk their lives every day climbing rocks in dark caves to get these nests.

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George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life

George Washington Carver was a man of many talents who loved life. He famously said “when you can do the common things of life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.”

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Iron Hands

This short film tells the story of a 12-year-old girl who wants to make it into the Chinese youth Olympic weight-lifting team.

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