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    Scientology: The Ex Files

    Scientology: The Ex Files

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    Released 2011
    Behind Scientology's high celebrity profile lies an organization on its knees. In this powerful documentary, a band of former elite members emerge from the secretive religion to allege extreme cruelty, slave labour and financial greed...moreless
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    Ultimate Walt Disney World

    Ultimate Walt Disney World

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    Released 2006
    Do you crave speed? Adrenalin? Ultimate fun? Then follow us on a journey as we explore the ultimate thrill rides at Walt Disney World Resort. Experience a flight into space, a thirteen story elevator plunge, a high speed coaster that travels in the dark and another one that actually travels backwards! If you're looking for the best thrills Disney has to offer, then Ultimate Walt Disney World is it!moreless
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    Sesame Street: Put Down the Duckie

    Sesame Street: Put Down the Duckie

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    Released 1988
    Sesame Street: Put Down the Duckie is a fun-filled Sesame Street video featuring some of the show's most memorable moments. Phil Donahue offers a shocking expose about life on "the Street." Newsman Robert MacNeil investigates "Cookiegate." And when Ernie wants to play the blues, an all-star cast, including Madeline Kahn, Paul Simon, Danny DeVito, Wynton Marsalis, Jeremy Irons, and many more have a few words of musical advice: "Put Down The Duckie." Join in the rousing sing-along and all the hilarious fun in this star-studded celebration!moreless
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    Blind Spot

    Blind Spot

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    Released 2009
    Blind Spot is a documentary film that illustrates the current oil and energy crisis that our world is facing. Whatever measures of ignorance, greed, wishful thinking, we have put ourselves at a crossroad, which offers two paths with dire consequences. If we continue to burn fossil fuels we will choke the life out of the planet and if we don't our way of life will collapse.moreless
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    Brotherhood: Life In The FDNY

    Brotherhood: Life In The FDNY

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    Released 2004
    Brotherhood: Life In The FDNY is a 2005 documentary that takes viewers into the exclusive community of New York City firefighters, revealing the tight-knit camaraderie fueled by a complex balance of love and bravado that exists within the busy firehouses of New York, where these men risk their lives every day they go to work. This illuminating film follows three separate teams of firefighters in three of New York City's most flammable boroughs. In Brooklyn, the film focuses on Squad 252. In Manhattan, it follows Rescue 1, and in Queens, it focuses on Rescue 4. Each group has developed its own unique characteristics and personality as a result of its location and the characters who work there, but they all have one big thing in common'these men consider themselves a family, and they are all at the ready to put their lives on the line for the safety of their brothers. Brotherhood: Life In The FDNY is a revealing film that sheds light on the little-known world of New York City firefighters.moreless
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    Portugal

    Portugal

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    Released 2006
    Lisbon is one of the most favored targets of touristic cities in Europe, cradle of conquerors and navigators, who left a rich patrimony in monuments. Its strategic position in North Atlantic with a gorgeous seaside resort and between two mountains, with a mild climate all year round, provides an amount of unforgettable sights unique in the world.moreless
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    Permission

    Permission

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    Released 2008
    Permission is 69 second romantic movie that won the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Rights Award at the sixth annual "Media that Matters" film festival in 2006. The movie features the story of a young man looking to marry the love of his life, Megan. However, he must not only ask her parents, but everyone in her neighborhood for her hand in marriage. The trailer shows him going around various houses, asking the same question of everyone. The movie is a metaphor for the fact that many people do not have the right to marry each other, and that this right must be voted for by the entire population. As one sees this lovely young man going around asking everyone he encounters whether he can marry Megan, it begs the question about whose permission you should need to get married. Without getting into the political details behind the story, this movie is a great example of how everyone deserves to have the right to choose who they spend the rest of their life with.moreless
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    The Price of Duty

    The Price of Duty

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    Released 1995
    The Price of Duty follows the soldiers of the 1 Combat Engineer Regiment as they disarm hundreds of thousands of anti-tank mines, anti-personnel mines and booby-traps that have been planted in the Balkans since civil war broke out in 1991.moreless
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    The Last Lions

    The Last Lions

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    Released 2011
    The Last Lions tells the story of a resilient lioness in Botswana's Okavango Delta who embarks on an epic journey of survival in this nature documentary from National Geographic and award-winning filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert. Narrated by Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons, The Last Lions follows Ma di Tau ("Mother of Lions") as she races to get her cubs to safety during a rampaging fire, and fends off ferocious lioness Silver Eye, the murderous matriarch of a rival pride. Crossing crocodile-infested waters on a quest to reach Duba Island, the fiercely protective mother discovers that in order for her family to survive, she must conquer a herd of buffalos with piercing horns. Later, in an incredible turn of fate, Ma di Tau forges a fragile alliance with a rival pride in order to wage a desperate battle to preserve their bloodline in the face of certain extinction.moreless
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    Greener Grass

    Greener Grass

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    Released 2008
    Greener Grass is a documentary that features the story of the United States and Cuba based upon the sport of baseball. The movie shows how the sport has been a connection between the two estranged nations, even at a time period of extended conflict and noncompliance between the two. There was a time when ten percent of the MLB players were Cuban, showing both how highly the sport was rated in the country and the amount of talent that was being produced there. The story then focuses upon the Havan Sugar Kings, a Cuban team that was on the verge of joining the MLB, until baseball was banned by Fidel Castro. It is easy to forget the Cuban people's passion for baseball and the 100 years of history the game as had in that country. For the past 40 years, they have been unable to have baseball teams and see their professional athletes play. The movie really shows that even though politics can divide, sport can unite and bring people together.moreless
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    18 In '08

    18 In '08

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    Released 2008
    18 in '08 is a documentary created to target the nation's young voters during the 2008 presidential campaign. Many voters age 17 to 24 were getting ready to vote for the first time. The film served as a call to young voters to transform the traditional under-representation of young people in the elections and become more involved in the political process. Filmmaker David D. Burstein recognized that the voting power of 29 million young Americans could be harnessed and have a significant impact on Washington. The documentary highlights what was at stake for the age group during the election, how the decisions in Washington would affect the young voters for years to come, the issues and ideas that engaged the group, the candidates who insired young people and the role of new media. The documentary includes interviews with the most influential politicians, figures from popular culture, political activists, media commentators, student leaders and young people.moreless
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    The Catch

    The Catch

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    Released 2010
    Just as the international community is set to discuss the future of whaling, this report opens the lid on explosive insider accounts of corruption aboard Japan's flagship 'research' vessel.
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    The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress

    The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress

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    Released 2009
    Documentary about the 25th and last bombing mission of a B17, the "Memphis Belle". The "Memphis Belle" took part in a great bombing raid on sub-pens in Wilhelmshafen, Germany. On their way they encounterd heavy AA fire and interceptors. The film is in the Public Domainmoreless
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    Cool Space Stuff

    Cool Space Stuff

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    Released 2003
    Cool Space Stuff: Delivering Destiny is an educational documentary about humanity's journeys into space. It concentrates on the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle Program. The film combines breathtaking live-action footage and beautiful animation with an original soundtrack. The detailed look at the layout of the International Space Station and its construction are highlights of the film. Space Shuttle coverage includes Atlantis making deliveries to the International Space Station, a landing at Edwards Air Force Base, and the recovery and repair of satellites such as the Hubble Space Telescope. Other live-action footage shows the 1999 Stardust Mission, a 2001 earth flyby, the launch of the Russian Proton rocket, and several E.V.A. spacewalks with helmet cams. Animations include a Solar Coronal Mass Ejection. One portion shares memories and details about MIR, the previous Russian space station. There is also a look forward, as the film has descriptions of future missions to Mars.moreless
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    River Cottage Road Trip Part 1

    River Cottage Road Trip Part 1

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    Released 2011
    In each half hour, Hugh explains one of the vital elements of the River Cottage philosophy, referring back to all the most memorable adventures, escapades and learning experiences at River Cottage (and beyond!). In doing so, he encourages us to grow our own fruit and veg, be thrifty and resourceful and get the best of local and seasonal produce.moreless
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    Koran By Heart

    Koran By Heart

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    Released 2011
    This film captures the Ramadan in 2010 and follows three ten-year-olds who have dedicated their lives to honoring their families, countries and culture through memorization of the religious text.
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    Orca Guardians

    Orca Guardians

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    Released 2007
    Amidst the San Juan Islands - an archipelago of more than 170 islands in upper Puget Sound - live several pods of orcas known collectively as the Southern Residents. Though the species is often referred to as "killer whales," this group of orcas eats fish, not marine animals. Scientists Kenneth Balcomb and Paul Spong are recording the movements of these incredible creatures, with the hopes that their findings will help protect future generations.moreless
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    Jerusalem: Within These Walls

    Jerusalem: Within These Walls

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    Released 2008
    Jerusalem's Old City is a tiny enclave where some of history's greatest dramas have been enacted. Busy and colorful, it is the fountainhead of three major religions, the site of many of the world's most venerated shrines, and home to 26,000 people of profoundly different cultures who live side by side in a fragile peace. Jerusalem: Within These Walls offers a kaleidoscopic view of the city and its people as they are today-the remarkable outcome of 3,000 years of history, hope, and faith.moreless
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    Warriors of the Net in Tamil

    Warriors of the Net in Tamil

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    Released 2010
    This is the tamil version of the video "Warriors of the Net" available in www.warriorsofthe.net.
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    NOW on PBS: Fixing the Future
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