Year of Release 2003

In Whose Interest?

In Whose Interest?

The United States proudly identifies itself as the major purveyor of peace and democracy across the world. But does this self-promoted image match up to their actual policies and military engagements throughout recent history, and is warfare actually a befitting means to...

8.58

Order and Chaos

Order and Chaos

Our world rotates in a constant state of chaos. The role of science, in many respects, is to organize common patterns in such a way that allows us to recognize the order within this chaos. The documentary Order and Chaos, produced by...

8.16

The Planet of Life

The Planet of Life

The Planet of Life is a scientific documentary that explores the characteristics necessary for life as well as characteristics of life itself. Appearances from professors with prestigious university affiliations, and use of relevant graphics throughout feel appropriate for the style of documentary,...

7.85

Future: Humans

Future: Humans

Future: Humans holds nothing back as it begins in a fury of scientific fact and unhinged matter of fact attitude. As the documentary moves along, its style of storytelling feels similar to that of the History Channel mini-series Mankind: The Story of...

5.65

The Food of the Future

The Food of the Future

There are 7.1 billion people on the planet today, and that number grows at a rate averaging around 90 million per year. These people of course need to eat, and while much of the world is currently experiencing the most abundant and...

5.73

Operation Persuasion

Operation Persuasion

More journalists were sent to cover the beginning of the Iraq Invasion in the early 2000's than were in Vietnam at the height of that war, and they were given more access both in governmental allowance and via more advanced technological means...

8.18

Natural Genius

Natural Genius

Can moths hear? How do sound waves move through water? How do foxes detect mice beneath the surface of snow? These are just a few of the questions posed as the filmmakers study the many ways the aural senses are used as...

8.12

Creation of the Universe

Creation of the Universe

Stylized, high-contrast images paired with creative motion graphics bring life to this scientific documentary and help illustrate the more abstract concepts being discussed. Narration explains that the Universe is said to have emerged 14 billion years ago in an event known as...

6.91

Glorious Triumphs and Great Tragedies

Glorious Triumphs and Great Tragedies

This series of thirteen mini-documentaries, each clocking in at less than ten minutes, presents a plethora of information on topics ranging from archaeological discoveries to historical battles. "The Treasures of Tutankhamen" takes viewers into the tomb of Egyptian royalty in what is...

7.82

Global Wolf

Global Wolf

Global Wolf educates viewers on the history of the human-wolf relationship throughout the world and follows international wolf researchers as they work to preserve a species once hunted to the edge of extinction. Gesa Kluth, a European wolf biologist, plays happily with...

8.75

Brain: The Last Enigma

Brain: The Last Enigma

Man invents faster every day in the pursuit of scientific knowledge. From the beginning of the universe or the birth of a star to the origin of life and genetic inheritance, the enigmas of existence have progressively been figured out. However, the...

7.13

Predator Bay

Predator Bay

There is a place in Africa where two ancient predators come face to face - the shark and the crocodile. Usually worlds apart the two are forced to share the waters of a cozy bay and compete for the same prize. For...

8.51