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This Is What Winning Looks Like


This is a disturbing, new documentary about the ineptitude, drug abuse, sexual misconduct, and corruption of the Afghan security forces as well as the reduced role of US Marines due to the troop withdrawal.

In part one, we see just … Read the rest

Escape from Marawi


ISIS is on the move in Southeast Asia. In an attempt to claim additional territory and indoctrinate more followers to their cause, the terrorist organization is bombarding the city of Marawi in the South Philippines. The city, however, is not … Read the rest

Enemy Image


When Baghdad exploded under bombs, television chose to bring us fireworks. But does this distant and spectacular image tell us what is really happening on the ground, how it feels or what it means?

Television has the means to take … Read the rest

The Trials of Henry Kissinger


Part contemporary investigation and part historical inquiry, the documentary follows the quest of one journalist in search of justice.

The film focuses on Christopher Hitchens’ charges against Henry Kissinger as a war criminal – allegations documented in Hitchens’ book of … Read the rest

Space Station Tour


Sunita Williams is one of the most experienced spacewalkers in NASA history. Near the conclusion of her final voyage as commander of the International Space Station for NASA in 2012 – a mere twelve hours before landing back to Earth … Read the rest

Still Life


In this documentary, we are taken to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, an area plagued by violent crimes and a staggering murder rate. Until 2009 it held the top spot as the most dangerous city in the world. As a result of … Read the rest

9 Minutes Before Space


9 Minutes Before Space is Russian television production on preparations made by the first-time cosmonaut at Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan!

This documentary shows many aspects of the spaceflight, including some quite unique things like view of inside the Soyuz capsule … Read the rest

Digital Amnesia


Focusing on the vulnerability of digital data, Digital Amnesia ponders the sustainability of modern artefacts that have no material state. Notable archivists share their perspectives on the Digital Age and whether it poses great promise or threat to the longevity … Read the rest

Who Killed America’s Biggest Gadget?


The hunt for the Higgs boson, god particle or goddamn particle, the one that gives things mass, came close to an end.

Physicists at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider in Europe, the world’s largest particle accelerator, found evidence of the particle … Read the rest

Thorium: An Energy Solution


Uranium is used to fuel the world’s nuclear power plants, but a vocal segment of the scientific community claims that it’s too dangerous and rare a chemical to sustain that role for much longer. In the feature-length documentary Thorium: An Read the rest