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Description: World teems with a staggering tons of animals, including 9,000 kinds of birds, 28,000 types of fish, and more than 350,000 species of beetles. What explains this explosion of living creatures—1.4 million various species discovered so far, with perhaps other 50 million to go? The source of life's unlimited forms was a profound mystery until Charles Darwin brought forth his revolutionary concept of natural selection. But Darwin's radical insights raised as many questions as they answered. What now drives evolution and turns one species into another? To what degree do various animals rely on the same genetic toolkit? And how did we evolve?
Description: All over the world, folks are asking the same questions: Why is there so much pain and suffering in the world? What does it mean to be happy? Is there such a thing as evil? Does God really exist? This September, through the brilliant minds and private struggles of two of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century, PBS presents an emotional and intellectual adventure into the meaning of life.
Description: In this two-hour special, NOVA captures the turmoil that tore apart the community of Dover, Pennsylvania in one of the recent wars over teaching evolution in public schools. Featuring trial reenactments based on court transcripts and interviews with key participants, including expert scientists and Dover parents, teachers, and city officials, "Judgment Day: Clever Design on Trial" follows the celebrated federal situation of Kitzmiller v. Dover School District.
Description: The documentary is based around the Evel Knievel Days happening in Butte, Montana. The presenter, Richard Hammond, spends four days with former motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel. Knievel, by actually 69 years old, had become very ill, requiring an oxygen tank strapped up to him constantly to aid with breathing. 48 hours before the movie team arrived, Knievel had a stroke. At few points during filming, Knievel cuts the interview short and leaves before Hammond has complete asking questions.
Description: An investigation of "disaster capitalism", based on Naomi Klein's proposition that neo-liberal capitalism feeds on natural disasters, fight and terror to establish its dominance.
Description: Through unprecedented backstage access and candid interviews, the movie weaves through the absurd globe of the working comedian and reveals a crazy and hilarious psychological profile of its practitioners. We also follow retired comic Ritch Shydner's attempt to climb back on scene after a thirteen-year hiatus. At the top of his minigame in the 1980's, Shydner had HBO specials, shot five pilot TV shows, and numerous late night appearances (Carson, Letterman, Leno, etc.) but the large time eluded him. Equipped with the collective wisdom and nutty musings of over 80 of his peers, he gives it other shot. Does Ritch have what it takes to connect with today's young crowds and still receive the laughs?
Description: The movie is a stark and graphic portrayal of the conditions that existed at the State Prison for the Criminally Insane at Bridgewater, Massachusetts. TITICUT FOLLIES documents the different methods the inmates are treated by the guards, social workers and psychiatrists.
Description: Oliver Stone's second documentary on/interview with Fidel Castro specifically addresses his country's newest crackdown on Cuban dissidents; namely, the execution of three boys who hijacked a ferry to the United States.
Description: Palestine Blues', follows the repercussions of the Israeli Safety Wall and Settlement expansion in the engulfed/annexed Palestinian farming communities of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Instead of focusing on the object of the Wall, "Palestine Blues" examines the grassroots resistance movement that has sprung up vs it. 'Palestine Blues' is not a 'traditional' political reportage but rather an interminable street trip across difficult and liquid borders, across a terrain that is being erased as it is being traversed.
Description: Adventure across Morocco, Spain, Mexico, Argentina, Patagonia, Texas and British Columbia, to meet vaqueros, gauchos, baqueanos and cowboys - all part of a single global horse culture, an unbroken trail stretching back 1,500 years.
Description: On January 1, 1994, the Zapatista National Liberation Army--made up of impoverished Mayan Indians from the state of Chiapas--took over five cities and 500 ranches in southern Mexico. The government deployed its troops, and at least 145 folks died in the ensuing battle. Fighting for indigenous Mexicans to regain control over their lives and the land, the Zapatistas and their charismatic leader, guerilla poet Subcomandante Marcos, began sending their message to the globe via the Internet. The effect was what THE NEW YORK TIMES named "the world’s first postmodern revolution." Years into the uprising, filmmaker Nettie Wild traveled to the jungle canyons of southern Mexico to movie the elusive and fragile life of the rebellion. Her camera effectively and movingly captures the private stories behind a very public clash of traditional culture and globalization.
Description: 2003 documentary movie produced by Oliver Stone for the HBO series America Undercover about the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. It contains interviews with Ehud Barak and Benjamin Netanyahu, former Prime Ministers of Israel, Yasser Arafat, the late President of the Palestinian National Authority, and different Palestinian activists.
Description: In the Town of Angels, despair and heartache are the everyday email -- delivered with painful regularity whether we wish them or not. Through I AM, we join an eclectic cast as they test to untangle themselves from the web of sin. All along the way, they are every joined by a mysterious companion -- ever show with a loving guidance without judgment for their actions. The more they attempt to fix their lives, the deeper they sink into chaos, pain, and loss. In addition, we explore that sin is a matrix connecting even the most remote of strangers to one another. It is at this breaking mission when we see the presence of this companion was no accident. He was the ever-loving constant who refused to abandon His folks -- even when they abandoned Him.
Description: Linguist, intellectual and activist, Noam Chomsky discusses and reflects on the state of globe happenings including the Fight in Iraq, September 11th, the Fight on Terror, Media Manipulation and Control, Social Activism, Fear, and American Foreign Privacy in both huge forums and in tiny interactive discussions with another intellectuals, activists, fans, students and critics. Interwoven, is Dr. Carol Chomsky, Noam's wife and manager who reflects on what drives Noam and what life is like with him. Another candid reflections about Noam Chomsky and his thoughts, work and influece are offerred by others throughout the film.
Description: In two lectures and a 45-minute interview, intellectual and political activist Noam Chomsky -- credited as the father of modern linguistics -- delivers an unabashed criticism of the Bush administration's record on terrorism, framing the president's invasion of Iraq as part of an "imperial grand strategy." Filmed in 2003, this collection of Chomsky's private views also provides an effective overview of the global political climate.
Description: Profiling prolific creator and educator Noam Chomsky -- widely recognized as the father of modern linguistics -- this thought-provoking collection of frank interviews, lectures and speeches elucidates his political philosophy and globe views. Known for his staunch opposition to the Vietnam Fight and his condemnation of subsequent U.S. foreign policy, Chomsky is a standard-bearer for American dissidents.
Description: A documentary that investigates the methods in which the civil liberties of American citizens and immigrants have been rolled back since September 11 and the passing of the Patriot Act.
Description: An extensive look at the folks and history of Cuba in the twentieth century, in three programs. "Cuba's Conquistadors" takes a look at Cuba's long history, from the days of Columbus to the freedom warriors of the nineteenth century. "Return to Havana" explores Cuba's vibrant dance and melody worlds, and "Hemingway's Cuba" looks at the journeys Hemingway and others found in Cuba. Every tool contains unique interviews and archival government footage long hidden away, plus a soundtrack of Cuban music.
Description: Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election is the riveting storyline about the war for the presidency in Florida and the undermining of democracy in America. Filmmakers Richard Ray Perez and Joan Sekler examine modern America’s most controversial political contest: the 2000 election of George W. Bush. What emerges is a disturbing picture of an election marred by suspicious irregularities, electoral injustices, and sinister voter purges in a state governed by the winning candidate’s brother. This 2004 Campaign Edition details fresh commentary by Danny Glover and a fresh segment on the dangers of electronic voting machines.
Description: This documentary traces the history of the Yiddish anarchist newspaper that published it’s final trouble after 87 years—as said by it’s actually elderly, but decidedly unbowed staff.
Description: The legendary Les Paul, father of the solid-body electric guitar, inventor of overdubbing and multi-track recording, lord of the ‘50s pop charts and architect of rock ‘n’ roll, says his own rags-to-riches storyline in a performance-documentary by filmmakers John Paulson and James Arntz, with a wall-to-wall soundtrack of the best hits from "Tiger Rag" to "My Generation."
Description: An impressive roster of celebrities -- including Lili Taylor, Paul Robeson, Sarah Jones, Brian Jones, John Sayles and Wallace Shawn -- lend their voices to this performance of readings inspired by Howard Zinn's best-selling book. Segments bring to life Tecumseh's speech to the Osages, Frederick Douglass' thoughts about July 4 and Paul Robeson's Unread Statement before the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
Description: From the moment David Brower first laid eyes on the beauty of the Yosemite Valley, he wanted to the war to preserve the American wilderness for future generations. The storyline of a real American legend, Monumental documents the life of this outdoorsman, filmmaker and environmental crusader, whose fiery dedication and activism not only saved the Grand Canyon (among another accomplishments) but also transformed the Sierra Club into a strong national political force, giving birth to the modern environmental movement. Seen through Brower's own eyes - he was an accomplished filmmaker, and his stunning footage is included here-- a 1956 raft trip down Glen Canyon, before its damming, evokes the terrible sadness of losing public land we've failed to protect. And in period footage of Brower's early rock-climbs (done in sneakers, with hemp ropes) and of his training in the 10th Mountain Division (who defeated the Nazis in the high Alps).
Description: The Another Mexico focuses on that nation's terrible and indigenous citizens who have no voice in the political system. Many of them have gravitated to the growing Zapatista movement led by its leader "Subcomandante Marcos". Some feel Marcos is a real folk character while others view him as an opportunist seeking private fame. Leading journalists and scholars debate the pros and cons of the movement as it tries to organize the country's disaffected before the 2006 Presidential election.
Description: One of them wanted to earn cash so she should treat her parents like a lord and queen, two of them were enticed by the promise of a nice education, other one wanted to purchase medicine for his sick son; none of them ever dreamed they would become slaves in the United States. But that is what happened.
Description: Steven Spielberg, historian Stephen E. Ambrose, and director James Moll bring us a movie with firsthand accounts chronicling the unforgettable happenings in the Pacific Theater of Globe Fight II. From the bombing of Pearl Harbor through the American occupation of Japan in 1945, this strong documentary depicts the strength and courage of America's youth, while examining how these brave boys and girls dealt with being thrust into this tremendously brutal chapter of globe history.
Description: Documentary about Fidel Castro, covering 40 years of Cuban Revolution. Rare Fidel Castro footage: he appears swimming with a bodyguard, visiting his childhood home and school, testing with his mate Nelson Mandela, meeting child Elián Gonzalez, and celebrating his birthday with the Buena Vista Social Club group.
Description: A documentary centered on the union formed by Bolivian farmers in response to their government's (which was urged by the U.S.) effort eradicate coca crops, and the boy who would come to represent them, Evo Morales.
Description: Chronicles the six-month strike at Hormel in Austin, Minnesota, in 1985-86. The local union, P-9 of the Meal and Commercial Workers, overwhelmingly rejects a contract offer with a $2/hour wage cut. They strike and hire a Fresh York consultant to manage a national media campaign vs Hormel. Despite help from P-9's rank and file, FCWU's international disagrees with the strategy. In addition to union-company tension, there's union-union in-fighting. Hormel holds firm; scabs, replacement workers, brothers on opposite sides, a union coup d'état, and a fresh contract materialize. The movie asks, was it worth it, or was the strike a long-term disaster for organized labor?
Description: The epic movement of terrible Americans organizing to end poverty as documented in a decade-long adventure by the filmmakers. Living Broke in Boom Times has condensed three groundbreaking documentary movies spanning a decade into segments of ideal length for classroom use, with fresh wrap-around commentary from key activists who led the movement. Cheri Honkala, Willie Baptist and Liz Theoharis discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the organizing, and the lessons learned from hard-won experience.
Description: Interviews with Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez, head of the Venezuelan Armed Forces Jorge García Carneiro, and another Venezuelans involved in the country's social programs. Chávez discusses the "Bolivarian revolution," the disclaimers of his administration, the role of oil in the Venezuelan economy and relations with the United States. García Carneiro discusses the failed coup vs Chávez in 2002
Description: While advertising is the visible component of the corporate system, perhaps even more necessary and pervasive is its invisible partner, the public relations industry. This video illuminates this hidden sphere of our culture and examines the method in which the management of "the public mind" has become central to how our democracy is controlled by political and economic elites. Toxic Sludge Is Nice For You illustrates how much of what we think of as independent, unbiased news and notification has its origins in the boardrooms of the public relations companies.
Description: Is access to clean drinking water a primary human right, or a commodity that could be purchased and sold like any another article of commerce? Stephanie Soechtig's debut detail is an unflinching examination of the large business of bottled water. From the producers of Who Killed the Electric Vehicle and I.O.U.S.A., this timely documentary is a behind-the-scenes look into the unregulated and unseen globe of an industry that aims to privatize and sell back the one resource that ought never to become a commodity: our water. From the plastic production to the ocean in which so many of these bottles end up, this inspiring documentary trails the path of the bottled water industry and the communities which were the unwitting chips on the table. A strong portrait of the lives affected by the bottled water industry, this revelatory movie details those caught at the intersection of large business and the public's right to water.
Description: Explores the predatory lending practices of the major national banks, focusing on overdraft fees. Also explores the larger problems of corporate domination of our culture and government.
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