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Filthy Cities, Part 1

Historian Dan Snow gets down and dirty in medieval grime to discover the hard way how the London we know today was forged in the filth of the 14th century. State of the art CGI reveals London's streets as they were 700 years ago and Dan steps into the shoes of a medieval Londoner - wooden platforms designed to help him rise above the disgusting mess underfoot. He spends the night as a medieval muck-raker shifting a staggering 6 tonnes of poo and has a go at medieval butchery to find out what the medieval authorities were up against. Plus he meets the remains of a plague victim to discover how a catastrophic epidemic would help a new and cleaner London emerge from the muck of the past.

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Track and field athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raise their fists at the medal podium in a Black Power salute at the 1968 Summer Olympics. | "The Stand"
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The Stand: How One Gesture Shook the World

"The Stand: How One Gesture Shook the World" is a revealing exploration into the circumstances that led runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos to a historic moment at the 1968 Olympics.
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Walking on Water

Celebrated artist Christo consummates his huge and logistically complex installation "The Floating Piers" on Italy's Lake Iseo.
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The American Nurse

In this heart-warming film, follow five nurses in different practices to explores some of the biggest issues facing America — aging, war, poverty, prisons — through the work and lives of nurses.
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The Year We Thought About Love

OUT Youth Theater transforms daily struggles into performance for social change.
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Showrunners

"Showrunners" explores the fascinating world of the US television showrunner and the creative forces around them, as they battle daily between art and commerce to deliver television comedies and dramas to audiences worldwide.
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The Fog of War

This documentary by Errol Morris is the story of America as seen through the eyes of the former Secretary of Defense, Robert S. McNamara. One of the most controversial and influential figures in world politics, he takes us on an insider's view of the seminal events of the 20th Century. Why was this past Century the most destructive and deadly in all of human history? From the firebombing of 100,000 Japanese civilians in Tokyo in 1945 to the brink of nuclear catastrophe during the Cuban missile crisis to the devastating effects of the Vietnam War, "The Fog of War" examines the psychology and reasoning of the government decision-makers who send men to war. How were decisions made and for what reason? What can we learn from these historical events? As American forces continue to battle terrorism overseas and the possibility of additional military conflict looms large, "The Fog of War" is essential viewing for anyone who wants to understand how the American government justifies the use of military force. Combining extraordinary archival footage, recreations, newly declassified White House recordings, as well as an original score by the Oscar-nominated composer, Philip Glass, the film is a disquieting and powerful essay on war, rationality, and human nature.
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Inside Job

"Inside Job" provides a comprehensive analysis of the global financial crisis of 2008, which at a cost over $20 trillion, caused millions of people to lose their jobs and homes in the worst recession since the Great Depression, and nearly resulted in a global financial collapse. Through exhaustive research and extensive interviews with key financial insiders, politicians, journalists, and academics, the film traces the rise of a rogue industry which has corrupted politics, regulation, and academia. It was made on location in the United States, Iceland, England, France, Singapore, and China.
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West of Memphis

West of Memphis follows the events of the West Memphis Three, a case in which three teenagers (Jessie Misskelley, Damien Echols and Jason Baldwin) were arrested for the murders of three 8-year old children. The West Memphis Three were subsequently convicted of murder and remained in prison for more than 18 years. West of Memphis focuses on Terry Hobbs, stepfather of Stevie Branch, one of the victims of the 1993 crime, as a potential suspect due to physical evidence linking him to the crime, a history of violent behavior and his lack of an alibi for the time the murders were committed, as well as damaging statements made by his ex-wife, former neighbors, and most recently his own nephew, who claims Hobbs confessed to him. The film reveals that inexplicably Terry Hobbs was not interviewed by police at the time of the murders.
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Searching for Sugar Man

A 2012 Swedish–British documentary film of a South African cultural phenomenon directed and written by Malik Bendjelloul which details the efforts of two Cape Town fans in the late 1990s, Stephen "Sugar" Segerman and Craig Bartholomew Strydom, to find out whether the rumoured death of American musician Sixto Rodriguez was true and, if not, to discover what had become of him. Rodriguez's music, which had never achieved success in the United States, had become very popular in South Africa although little was known about him in that country.
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Partner with the Enemy

This documentary captures the human cost of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
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