Special: Without Water Category: Documentaries In this Link TV Special we look at clean water - a human necessity and rapidly becoming a corporate goldmine. Link investigates how these multinationals' thirst for wealth can cost lives around the world.
Suzuki Speaks Category: Documentaries In this inspirational and artistic film, renowned scientist and visionary Dr. David Suzuki, delivers the most important message of his career: what it means to be fully human in our interconnected universe.
Mr. Wong's World Category: Documentaries This insightful documentary tells the tale of Mr. Wong, a wealthy Chinese businessman who has made it his mission to save the old houses and temples of a fading Shanghai for reconstruction in a self-styled cultural national park.
Behind the Labels Category: Documentaries A rare and unforgettable glimpse into indentured labor and the workings of the global sweatshop - where 14 hour shifts, payless paydays, and lockdowns are routine.
Special: The End of Oil - Part 1 Category: Documentaries The first half of our four-hour special exposes the facts and consequences of our dwindling world oil supply, featuring the films Crude Impact and Protecting the Heart of Everywhere.
Special: The End of Oil - Part 2 Category: Documentaries The second half of our four-hour special explores climate change and alternative fuel sources, featuring the documentaries Outside the Box: Beyond Big Oil and Global Warming: Bush's Climate of Fear.
The Migrant Workers of Shanghai Category: Documentaries For one year, Christoph Tubbenthal bypassed Chinese government controls to film in a country whose economic growth is stirring fear in the U.S. His observations give an intimate portrait of China's outlaw migrant workers.
The Men Who Would Conquer China Category: Documentaries A New York investment banker and a Hong Kong entrepreneur team up to try to take advantage of the new capitalism in booming China, but face substantial cultural barriers.