Violent memories resurface and emotional turmoil rules the lives of two prisoners of war and their loved ones as they re-integrate into Israeli society in Season 1 of "Prisoners of War."
Much like its American counterpart "Homeland," "Prisoners of War" is an exciting series featuring the fraught experiences of three Israeli soldiers and their families as they adjust to a new reality of life.
Michael Schneider, the executive editor of Indiewire and editor at large for Variety, sat down with creator Gideon Raff to discuss the critically acclaimed Israeli television show, "Prisoners of War."
It was established to fill the gaps left by budget cuts to music education. Now the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, co-founded by Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, has a shiny new building that's eight times larger than it's former storefront home.
All these women share a love of their sport and each one has an amazing story to tell.
Pat Noonan discusses how the murder of nurse Lori Dupont by a doctor who was a co-worker and former lover, inspired a movement for tougher sexual harrassment laws in Canada.
In this episode, we follow Pat as she works with women and men in a recovery group from drugs and alcohol.
Catalina Escobar has created a safe haven for teenage mothers in Cartagena's most impoverished slums.
How can Nepalese farmers build resilience to climate extremes?
Hortas Cariocas is an initiative that set up the biggest urban organic vegetable garden in Latin America.
La Ciudad Verde is a collective movement in Colombia that promotes sustainable cities and regions.
Cities Without Hunger transforms idle urban land into productive gardens, generating jobs, income, and food security for São Paulo neighborhoods.
"Democracy Now!" discusses the election with former Bernie Sanders supporter Shaun King, senior justice writer for the New York Daily News.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off Wednesday night in Las Vegas in the final debate before the Nov. 8 election. Trump continued to claim the election has been rigged, and said he would not commit to accepting the outcome of the vote if he loses.
A new In These Times explodes myths about who is most likely to die at the hands of police by revealing that, compared to their percentage of the U.S. population, Native Americans were more likely to be killed by police than any other group.
A North Dakota judge has dismissed the "riot" charges against Amy Goodman for covering the protests against the Dakota Access pipeline. Just after the decision was announced, Amy addressed supporters outside the Morton County Courthouse.
Habiba Sarobi stands up against the Taliban fearlessly and speaks out on behalf of women's rights.
The Thompson Reuters Foundation visited a makeshift camp in Idomeni, Greece to speak with refugees and migrants.
Balan is the last person in his Borneo village to make the blowpipes and poison darts used for hunting.
A Brazil-based organization tackles the social and economic inequality in São Paulo with agricultural and garden projects that address food access and promote job growth.
Artbound explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society.
These films tackle topics including LGBT rights, homelessness, racism, and poverty through the eyes of the people closest to these issues. Enter the worlds of revolutionary artists, environmental activists, disabled individuals, and powerless communities.
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The world-touring rock star and musician Sami Yaffa explores the music of our little blue planet floating in space.
A documentary series from Resident Advisor that gives viewers an in-depth look into the intricate culture of electronic music across the globe.
On this episode, we talk with some of the world’s brightest minds to discuss the importance of coming together and how human connections make a difference.
In Rio de Janeiro, urban gardens have created social areas for safe and therapeutic respite, and small clusters of organic agricultural production that provide many local families with food and access to medicinal herbs on a daily basis.
Though it's known to contain carcinogens, coal ash is often dumped in unlined ponds where it leaches into groundwater.
The “Queen of the forest canopy” epitomizes innovative scientists uncovering previously unexplored wonders in the forest canopy.
Bill McKibben hits the road to challenge the fossil fuel industry.