Hopenhagen (Campaign Videos) Category: Documentaries The "Hopenhagen" movement run by the International Advertising Association in support of the UN works to connect the global community to the critical international climate change talks this December in Copenhagen, and restore hope in what lies ahead.
Good Copy Bad Copy Category: Documentaries An energetic examination of copyright in the modern world. From the film industry of Nigeria, to the remix backrooms of Brazil, this doc interviews leading business figures and DJs about the future of creative work.
Music for Human Rights Special Category: World Music Watch music videos with a message, and watch exclusive interviews with the artists! Link TV teams with Amnesty International to present artists who are making a difference with their music. Learn how YOU can save lives!
Oceans 8 - Into the Altiplano 1 Category: Documentaries This episode of Oceans 8 takes us to South America's Altiplano, the mountainous desert region crossing the borders of Chile, Argentina and Bolivia, looking for water in the driest place on Earth.
What Would it Look Like? Category: Documentaries This retrospective, full of stunning visuals, asks us to reflect on the state of the world and ourselves at this time of unprecedented global transformation.
In Focus: Who Owns The Oceans? Category: News & Current Affairs In this episode of In Focus, explore the deep sea where researchers are discovering landscapes of breathtaking beauty, countless new species, and large quantities of raw materials thousands of meters below the surface of the ocean.
What a Waste: The People's City Category: Documentaries We travel to Bogota, Colombia, where the Mayor has green-vision for urban development. He's revitalized this once undesirable capital - and turned it into a leading green city.
Brazil: A Report on Torture Category: Documentaries WATCH ONLINE! This film from the early 1970s features first-hand interviews with former political prisoners of Brazil's military government, revealing the torture that was part of routine interrogation in Brazilian prisons.
Witnesses to the Persecution Category: Documentaries This conversation with award-winning filmmakers Haskell Wexler and Saul Landau explores the making of their film, "Brazil: A Report on Torture", and the continuing impact of torture today.
Waiting for the Revolution Category: Documentaries For over 500 years the indigenous people of the Andes have had to endure racism and discrimination. Now, with democracy on their side, the time has come for a change.
In Focus: Socialism or Death Category: News & Current Affairs The political battle lines in Bolivia have been drawn: rich against poor, highlanders against valley dwellers, indigenous against white and mixed race mestizo. Is a peaceful solution out of the question?
CINEMONDO: Almost Brothers Category: World Cinema This award-winning, poignant film tells the story of two men in Brazil: white, middle-class Miguel, and black favela-dweller Jorge, who meet as boys through their fathers’ passion for music.