Media That Matters Category: Documentaries Media That Matters is a showcase of short films on the most important topics of the day. Local, global, online, and in communities around the world, the series engages diverse audiences and inspires them to take action.
Special: The Crisis of Civilization Category: Documentaries This documentary investigates how global crises like ecological disaster, financial meltdown, dwindling oil reserves, terrorism and food shortages are converging symptoms of a single, failed global system.
Al Jazeera English - Witness: Queen of the Jungle Category: Documentaries Ruth, an elected leader of the Ashaninka tribe of North-East Peru, must fight male-dominated traditions in her own tribe to serve as their leader in the battle with the government of Peru to prevent a dam from being built on their land.
ViewChange: Feast and Sacrifice Category: Documentaries Deya and his large extended family live in a tiny village in Senegal, on the ragged edges of globalization and immigration. Questions of work and ambition arise as the family prepares for Tabaski, the biggest holiday of the year.
Real Conversations: Soliya Project Category: Documentaries Link TV's "Real Conversations" series follows the discussions of a dozen university students -- representing the Muslim world, Europe, and the US -- who gather in weekly 2-hour webcam conversations to discuss today's hot topics.
Future Express: Australia - New Style Migrant Category: Documentaries In Australia, the Future Express travels between the two largest Australian cities, Melbourne and Sydney, and listens to the stories of young students like Anna, who is of Chinese ancestry and for whom all options are open.
Men of Words Category: Documentaries "Men of Words" explores the ancient tradition of poetry exchange in some tribal regions of Southern Yemen, captured on audio cassette and utilized as a method of protecting freedom of speech and religion.
The Planet Part 1 Category: Documentaries A Link viewer favorite, this documentary attempts to correct our use of the term climate change, arguing that what humanity really faces is change to all aspects of the biosphere, including loss of resources.