All Documentaries

Iran and America Through History

Iran and America Through History

2020, History

The long-standing estrangement between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran has been raging since the 1979 Iranian revolution when Islamic nationalists and extremely conservative Shia Muslim clerics deposed the American supported...

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Losing Sleep

Losing Sleep

2020, Science

Insomnia is common in at least 10 percent of all adults. Insomnia is defined by a strict criteria based on the frequency and impact it has on the person affected. This type of sleep deficiency affects people of all ages and there are many remedies on...

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The Spy in Your Phone

The Spy in Your Phone

2021, Technology

Everyone has a smart phone these days. This device keeps us connected with each other and with the wider world. It stores our data, keeps us entertained, and enables us to get so much more done than we normally would without it. It is a powerful...

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Tutankhamun's Treasures

Tutankhamun's Treasures

2019, Mystery

It was 4000 years ago when the famous Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun and thousands of precious artifacts, were buried in a hidden crypt deep in the Valley of the Kings. His tomb lost in history and forgotten for thousands of years until British...

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DamNation

DamNation

2014, Environment

In the first half of the 20th century, Americans built dams all over the country to provide growing population potable water for homes, farms and communities. They were also a source of clean and sustainable hydroelectric power, a welcome alternative...

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The Rise of AI

The Rise of AI

2018, Technology

When one hears the term "AI," images of a futuristic, fully automated world that frees humanity from day to day tasks come up - combined with darker visions of a dystopian world where people will be subjugated by "Robocop" type machines that control...

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Lost World of the Maya

Lost World of the Maya

2019, Mystery

The ancient Mayans ruled over a vast area of the northern part of modern-day Guatemala. From as early as 1800 B.C. it became the leading Mesoamerican civilization, with a population of millions, living within a series of city-states spanning Central...

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Artifishal

Artifishal

2019, Environment

The documentary explores the implications of the changing relationship between humans and how we manipulate ecosystems for our benefit and survival. It focuses specifically on fishing of wild salmon. Throughout the piece, we can see a clear parallel...

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The Story of Fascism in Europe

The Story of Fascism in Europe

2018, History

Consider yourself lucky if you have heard the term fascism before. It means that you probably studied or read about it enough to know that it should NOT be making any kind of comeback today or in the foreseeable future. Fascism is a nationalist...

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The War at Home: Rebellion

The War at Home: Rebellion

2020, Society

For many of us, the word "Rebellion" conjures up the plot from a popular movie - you know the one - with that loyal group of rebels bravely fighting against an evil Galactic empire? It is something you don't really associate with America because it is...

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