Animated blogs and tweets form the backbone of this enlightening and sometimes shocking reconstruction of Iran's 2009 Green Revolution. In May of that year, the youthful green-clad crowds were enraged, and the atmosphere in the stadium where presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi held his speech was explosive. Election Day itself was a deception on a massive scale and marked the beginning of the period in which Mousavi was put under house arrest; Ahmadinejad seized power and demonstrators were shot.
Japan's About Face is a remarkable window into the shifting role of the military in post-war Japanese society. In the aftermath of World War II, Japan's new pacifist constitution renounced the right to wage war and maintain military forces. Instead, Japan created the Self-Defense Forces with a strictly defensive mandate. In recent years, though, the line between defence and offence has blurred. In 2004, Japan sent its Ground Self-Defense Forces to Iraq - the first deployment of Japanese soldiers in an active combat zone in over 60 years.
On the Atlantic coast of Morocco, the small town of Mehdia is known for its beautiful beach and its surf. But it's also notorious for the unusually high number of fatalities at sea.
Each year, alien marine species migrate from the Indian Ocean or the Red Sea through the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean and threaten local species.
After 30 years of war and Taliban rule, Afghan Pop Idol is taking the nation by storm. But this is more than just a TV show ... in Afghanistan you risk your life to sing. Winner of the World Cinema Audience Award and the World Cinema Directing Award at Sundance, 2009.
Nicolas is a vulcanologist who visits the craters of dormant or active volcanoes in the Caribbean islands, and taking sulphuric gas samples, monitors their activity in the hope of predicting when the next eruption will occur. Volcanoes are now an asset on the island of Dominica where the local people have gone into eco-tourism, transforming hot springs in their backyards into thermotherapy centres.
The Most Dangerous Man In America is the story of what happens when a former Pentagon insider, armed only with his conscience, steadfast determination, and a file cabinet full of classified documents, decides to challenge an "Imperial" Presidency-answerable to neither Congress, the press, nor the people-in order to help end the Vietnam War. In 1971, Daniel Ellsberg shook America to its foundations when he smuggled a top-secret Pentagon study to the New York Times that showed how five Presidents consistently lied to the American people about the Vietnam War that was killing millions and tearing America apart.
Hidden on the Crozon Peninsula near Brest, Ile Longue is the maintenance base for France's four nuclear ballistic submarines.
A number of American lawyers and union officials firmly believe that US multinational corporations should be held accountable for the shabby practices of their business associates throughout the world. To lead their battle, they resort to a law dating back to the origin of the American Constitution - The Alien Tort Claims Act - which allows foreigners to file suit in the US against Americans who violate international laws. The film tells the story of their fight against one of America's stellar icons: the Coca-Cola company.
In 2001, artist Emmelene Landon sailed around the world on a container ship and recorded her trip on canvas and paper, in photos, videos and text; Amazonian Filmmaker - The pioneering work of filmmaker Silvino Santos. Silvino made two feature-length films in 1921 of expeditions in the Amazonian rainforest.
It was a murder plot captured on CCTV: the victim, and the disguised hit squad who stalked then killed Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in a hotel room in Dubai. But who murdered him, and why? Journalist Jane Corbin tracks down the answers in Israel, Gaza and Dubai, and shows how Australian and British passports and stolen identities were used in a crime which was never meant to be revealed to the world.
Sex scandals, divorce and a brutal assault in Milan, 2009 was a tough year for Silvio Berlusconi. Reporter Mark Franchetti returns to the country of his birth to assess one of the world's most controversial and flamboyant leaders. Franchetti finds an Italy divided between those who love Silvio and those who hate him.
An American family man is accused of attempting to sexually assault his neighbour's teenage daughter. He claims he was sleepwalking. As the trial unfolds, doctors and their patients speak about Parasomnia and the effect it has on their lives.
Swiftlet nests are considered one of the most refined delicacies in Asian cuisine as they are the key ingredient for bird's nest soup. Mali Island belongs to the Burmese Army which runs the local swiftlet nests trade. In season, for about six months, 20 or so men set out to collect the valuable nests. But swiftlets make their nests very high up the many caves of the island, and nest collection is a dangerous albeit profitable occupation.
On his second day in office, President Barack Obama pledged to close the Guantanamo Detention Centre within a year. Journalist and former politician Michael Portillo reports on why it has proved impossible for him to keep his promise. Over eight months, Portillo visits the prison camps, and travels to Yemen, Bermuda and Washington to investigate what could be done with the 240 remaining prisoners - some of whom are thought to be too dangerous to release, but impossible to successfully convict.
Dutch are experts in controlling surging seas and rivers, and are developing cutting-edge technologies to deal with climate chan
A third of Holland is below sea level, so the Dutch are experts in controlling surging seas and rivers, and are developing cutting-edge technologies to deal with climate change.
On June 20, a young Iranian woman was shot dead in the street in Tehran. The video of her death, filmed on a mobile phone, was seen by millions around the world. This program tells the story of Neda Agha-Soltan, with exclusive accounts from those who really knew her. Many young Iranians have claimed her as a martyr for Iran's protest movement, but the Iranian regime has not accepted responsibility for her death.
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