The Men Who Made Us Fat Category: Documentaries Journalist Jacques Peretti explores the ways that marketing, advertising, and economics have revolutionized our eating habits over the last 40 years -- and the people responsible for the rise in global obesity levels.
The Men Who Made Us Fat: Part 1 Category: Documentaries Jacques Peretti travels to America to investigate the history of high-fructose corn syrup and how it has made its way into nearly all processed foods and soft drinks.
The Men Who Made Us Fat: Part 2 Category: Documentaries Jacques Peretti investigates how the concept of 'supersizing' changed our eating habits forever. How did we -- once a nation of moderate eaters -- start to want more?
The Men Who Made Us Fat: Part 3 Category: Documentaries In the final installment, Jacques Peretti examines how product marketing can seduce consumers into buying supposed 'healthy foods' that are in fact not healthy at all.
Mother: Caring for 7 Billion Category: Documentaries Mother: Caring for 7 Billion breaks a 40-year taboo by bringing to light an issue that silently fuels our most pressing environmental, humanitarian, and social crises -- exponential population growth.
Special: Mediastan Category: Documentaries Produced by Julian Assange, Mediastan follows a group of Wikileaks journalists on a global journey to recruit newspaper editors to publish classified documents. Their goal was to outflank the US government and spread the truth.
Special: The 99% - Occupy Everywhere Category: Documentaries The 99% - Occupy Everywhere reveals critical issues that are plaguing America such as vast income inequality and a lack of access to health care and education. The solution? Remove money from politics.
Downeast Category: Documentaries To rescue a rural Maine community from the unemployment line, a Boston businessman hatches a plan to reopen a local plant as a lobster-packing facility. It seems like the perfect solution, until local politics get in the way.
Special: Every Mother's Son Category: Documentaries Three very different mothers in New York City whose sons were killed unjustly by police officers join together to become activists for police reform.
Special: Primary Concern Category: Documentaries Primary Concern takes us to the front lines of the looming national health care crisis by more closely examining the lives of primary care practitioners in rural Georgia.