Lorraine Hess, Link TV's Vice President of of Acquisitions, remembers the launch of Link TV eleven years ago when the team slept at the office and basked in the glow of the very first broadcast. The hard work has paid off and the channel has remained a uniquely independent window to the world unlike any other station. For Lorraine, Link TV is a national treasure.
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Eyes Wide Open After 500 years of exploitation and repression, Latin America is at a turning point in its history: a series of socialist leaders has come to power. Can they satisfy their peoples' hunger for change?
The Unwinking Gaze Filmed over a period of three years, this documentary offers unique, behind-the-scenes insight into the recent working life of Tibet's would-be savior and revered world icon the Dalai Lama.
ViewChange: Favela Rising Haunted by the murders of his family, Anderson Sá is a drug-trafficker turned social revolutionary in Rio de Janeiro’s slums. "Favela Rising" documents a man and a movement, a city divided and a favela united.
NoBody's Perfect Follow Niko von Glasow on his search for eleven people who, like him, were born disabled due to the disastrous side effects of Thalidomide, and who are prepared to pose nude for a photo book.
The Substitute The story of a young and ambitious teacher Max and his old and strict teacher Folke who try, each in their own way, to get a wild ninth grade class in a Swedish suburb through their final exams.
Kindergarten In this "fly-on-the-wall" documentary, we enter the world of tiny children as they experience their first week of boarding school in China.
Japan - A Story of Love and Hate Naoki had it all during Japan's bubble economy days. But come the crash of the early 90's, he lost everything, only to be saved by his new lower-class girlfriend, Yoshire. Watch their struggle to survive in the world's second richest economy.
To See If I Am Smiling Israel is the only country in the world where 18-year-old girls are drafted for compulsory military service. In this award-winning documentary, hear the frank and emotional testimonials of six female Israeli soldiers.
Dambé - The Mali Project In this colorful documentary, Irish musicians Liam O'Maonlai and Paddy Keenan embark on a musical adventure to the heart of Africa, Mali.
Fierce Light Journey deep into the heart of Fierce Light on a global discovery of the inspiring movement of spiritual activism, and the powerful beacons of hope igniting the world today.
The Shaman's Apprentice An inspiring film about ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin and his efforts to preserve the expertise of native healers in the depths of the Amazon rain forest.
Hair India "Hair India" takes outsourcing to a new level in this fascinating exposé of a lucrative Indian export: hair. Meet the donors, dealers and consumers who illustrate how vanity, globalization, and tradition all contribute to a booming market.
El Ultimo Bandoneón Follow Marina Gayotos on her quest for "the last bandoneón" so that she can play in tango master Rodolfo Mederos's esteemed orchestra.
The Glow of White Women The Glow of White Women, an autobiographical documentary by Yunus Valley, tells a personal story of growing up amidst the extreme segregation of Nelspruit, South Africa, which affected societal perceptions of beauty.
La Paloma - The Melody of Longing "La Paloma" is the most played song in the world, and this film is a journey on its wings. What is the song's secret? Why does it touch people of every color and creed?