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Creative Inspirations: Jerry Ueslmann and Maggie Taylor - This Is Not Photography
Creative Inspirations: Jerry Ueslmann and Maggie Taylor - This Is Not Photography
Category: Documentaries
He experiments in a darkroom. She composes on a computer screen. Together, husband-and-wife artists Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor broke free of traditional notions of photography to create haunting, layered dreamscapes that challenge the medium's possibilities.
Creative Inspirations: Richard Koci Hernandes, Multimedia Journalist
Creative Inspirations: Richard Koci Hernandes, Multimedia Journalist
Category: Documentaries
Meet an Emmy award-winning video and multimedia producer at the forefront of the next generation of journalism. Retracing his steps, Richard Koci Hernandez shares how his passion for visual storytelling began with a trip to the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite as a child.
Creative Inspirations: Stefan G. Bucher, Designer, Illustrator, and Writer
Creative Inspirations: Stefan G. Bucher, Designer, Illustrator, and Writer
Category: Documentaries
Thousands have watched Stefan Bucher create monsters out of ink blots on his Daily Monster website. Explore the unusual mind of an artist who was a published illustrator at age 12 and has designed for the prestigious Wieden+Kennedy ad agency and Madonna's Maverick Records.
Stand Up Planet: Comedy Showcase
Stand Up Planet: Comedy Showcase
Category: Documentaries
Hosted by LA-based comic, Hasan Minhaj and featuring Nate Bargatze, James Adomian and Michelle Buteau, Minhaj invites two comics from India and South Africa to Hollywood to perform in an international comedy showcase.
Pain, Pus and Poison
Pain, Pus and Poison
Category: Documentaries
What doesn't kill you can make you stronger. Science has unlocked the human body, enabling us to survive diseases and infections. We've gone from finding antidotes to using the poisons themselves as a cure. Dr. Michael Mosley investigates how modern medicines came into being.
Pain, Pus and Poison - Part 1: Pain
Pain, Pus and Poison - Part 1: Pain
Category: Documentaries
Is pain all in the brain? Dr. Michael Mosley discovers why we set out to control pain and how we ultimately did it.
Pain, Pus and Poison - Part 2: Pus
Pain, Pus and Poison - Part 2: Pus
Category: Documentaries
Dr. Mosley explores early attempts to tackle infection and how we used microbes to fight back without harming the body's own cells.
Pain, Pus and Poison - Part 3: Poison
Pain, Pus and Poison - Part 3: Poison
Category: Documentaries
How did scientists go from finding antidotes to harmful substances to using poisons themselves as a cure? In the series finale, Dr. Mosley learns the power of poisons.
In Focus: A Dream Home in a Dream City - San Francisco, Singapore, Moscow
In Focus: A Dream Home in a Dream City - San Francisco, Singapore, Moscow
Category: News & Current Affairs
Every year, 150,000 people leave Germany for a life abroad. The two-part feature A Dream Home in a Dream City goes house-hunting with Germans on the move and comes across plenty of dream homes, but also some nightmares, too.
Music for Tomorrow in New Orleans: R&B Concert
Music for Tomorrow in New Orleans: R&B Concert
Category: Documentaries
Ben E. King, the legendary singer of Stand by Me, along with other talented R&B artists, gather for a special performance in New Orleans.
Music for Tomorrow in New York: Jazz Concert
Music for Tomorrow in New York: Jazz Concert
Category: Documentaries
Jazz pianist Bob James and other jazz musicians including Makoto Ozone gather in New York to share the spirit of hope and encouragement through music.
Mind Over Trauma: Empowering Women in Haiti
Mind Over Trauma: Empowering Women in Haiti
Category: Documentaries
Traumatized Haitian women use yoga as a healing tool, and to become empowered within their communities.
The Men Who Made Us Fat
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
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
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?