It’s obvious that today’s corporations raise and spend vast amounts of money on the political campaigns of the presidents and congressmen. Have we allowed corporate power to influence the creation of laws that fail to benefit the people?
This documentary tells the story of Ashrita Furman, the greatest record breaker of all of time who currently holds 167 Guinness World Records.
In 2011, young Maritimers, Justin Cantafio and Ryan Oickle, packed their bags to travel across Cananda. Their objective was to connect with the individuals on the front line of sustainable food production and distribution
Armed with a hidden video camera, Zachary Maxwell sets out to convince his parents that the food being served at school is far different from what is being described via the online menu.
A film detailing the controversial website created by Julian Assange, which resulted in the biggest security breach in United States history.
American singer and songwriter Demi Lovato opens up her private life to the public to detail her recovery from an eating disorder and depression.
On a clear and beautiful night in 1967, an unidentified flying object impacted the waters of Shag Harbour. More than 11 people witnessed a brightly lit UFO heading towards the waters before impact
Meet French Wine Magician, Nicolas Joly. The biodynamic winemaker produces some of the best white wines in the world including a mythical Anjou wine that has been enjoyed by French kings
In 2002, six American teenagers released one of the most shocking and degrading videos ever made. Set in the skidrows of Las Vegas, Bumfights featured homeless people and addicts fighting each other
The Atomic Cafe is a sometimes humorous, look at the collection of propaganda film clips taken from American Army films, newsreels, government films and old television broadcasts to offer a glimpse into mid-century America
From August 1977 to September 1978 a series of events took place that stunned the UK and subsequently become one of the world’s most infamous poltergeist cases.