After the achievement of Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe, BBC Four has commissioned Zeppotron to produce a brand new series – Charlie Brooker’s Newswipe. The aim of Charlie Brooker’s Newswipe is to unmask the internal mechanism of news media, just as Screenwipe does to TV in general. The program is funny, thoughtful and rough digest of recent news[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
We meet five Christian families, each with a gay son or lesbian. Parents talk about their marriages and go to church, the childhood of their children and go out, their reactions and changes over time. The stories told by these nine parents and four adult children alternate with talking heads - Protestant and Jewish theologians -[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
On January 12, 2010 an earthquake hit southern Haiti violence and caused huge losses of lives, injuries and destruction of buildings, power lines and communication systems inflict what Haiti's ambassador to the United States calls a catastrophe for poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere.
This documentary shows the situation in Haiti a year after the earthquake[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
Ayehu, Almaz, Zewdie, Wubete Yenenesh and suffered through prolonged labor, unrelieved obstructed in a country with few hospitals and even fewer roads to reach them. Although he survived the experience of childbirth often fatal, they were left with a dead baby and feeling, as Ayehu tells us that "even death would be better than this."
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There exists a conspiracy theory for every question regarding our world. These theories emerge from different quarters and number into the hundreds. The theories never provide a conclusive answer and more often than not there are dead ends, or at best, they further give birth to new conspiracies. Even though everyone perceives that a global conspiracy[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
A garden can eat, a garden that you can use a garden can be used as drugs, a garden can be used as fuel and to build their homes ... a garden full of purpose, and a garden you can enjoy too - you can sit in - and a garden that takes up all[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
From the author: We bring to the streets of Vancouver and directly in the center of mass protests during the 2010 Winter Olympics.
We enjoy both the Olympics and the protests and are proud to have filmed this historic moment of time.
Highlights Olympic Torch lock, holding the Gold Medal of the protests, the provocateurs and Vancouver[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
The Murder of Fred Hampton began as a film portrait of Hampton and the Illinois Black Panther Party, but half way through the shoot, Hampton was murdered by Chicago policeman. ‘The Murder of Fred Hampton’ gives an unsettling slice of a bloody American history. It recounts how over a dozen policeman burst into Fred Hampton’s apartment while its[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
In March 2002, the scientific world was rocked by a shocking news: a distinguished U.S. government scientist said he had made nuclear fusion of sound waves in his laboratory. Advance Taleyarkhan was important news, because nuclear fusion is one of the most difficult scientific processes, and also one of the most coveted. You could solve[...]Watch Documentary Online Now
This 2004 film examines the inner workings of NewsCorp, the company that owns Fox, The New York Post and Myspace to name a few. Robert Greenwald, a liberal film maker, accuses NewsCorp of journalistic maleficent by showing commentary as news. A intriguing look at a infamous news[...]Watch Documentary Online Now