Special: The War You Don't See Category: Documentaries This powerful investigation into the media's role in war traces the history of embedded and independent reporting during the carnage of WWI, the invasion of Vietnam, the disaster in Iraq, and the Afghanistan war.
Global Spirit: Exploring Consciousness Is reality itself related to Consciousness? Is there such a thing as "Universal Consciousness"? Follow this intellectually-challenging inquiry through the spiritual and scientific realms of Consciousness with Sraddhalu Ranade and Peter Russell.
Youth Producing Change Category: Documentaries Young people are on the frontlines of many of the world's human rights crises, but we all too rarely get to hear their point of view. Youth Producing Change shares powerful stories from young filmmakers across the globe who use cameras to share their visions of change.
ViewChange: Film Contest Collection Category: Documentaries In 2010, Link TV put out a call to filmmakers around the world to submit five-minute short films that tell stories of progress in tackling the UN Millennium Development Goals. The result? 139 incredible shorts from 49 countries. This series features the very best of those film contest entries.
Global Spirit: In Search of Ecstasy This episode explores the ecstatic state - a global phenomenon found in all kinds of spiritual and religious traditions. How is ecstatic trance practiced around the world, and why are so many people today fascinated by it?
Global Spirit: Forgiveness and Healing This episode explores forgiveness and healing on a personal and societal level. Watch as a group of Vietnam vets comes to terms with their actions, and as a father forgives his son's murderer.
Global Spirit: Art and the Creative Spirit This episode of Global Spirit seeks answers to eternal questions about the nature of art and creativity by looking at various sacred art forms, and by engaging with artists keenly aware of the spiritual aspect of the creative process.
Global Spirit: Rumi, Bridge to the Heart Surprisingly, the bestselling poet in America today is a thirteenth-century Sufi poet and mystic named Jalaluddin Rumi. What makes Rumi's writings so enticing and unforgettable?