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Generation Like

Although it was first produced in 2014, Generation Like is an incredibly insightful and prescient take on the social media phenomenon. It...

TikTok’s Dark Side

The Chinese social media platform known as TikTok has changed the way we interact with the internet. It has become the most popular app in...

Plutocracy II: Solidarity Forever

Income inequality may be a hot topic during the current American election season, but it's also a stark reality that has plagued the c...

The War at Home: Rebellion

For many of us, the word "Rebellion" conjures up the plot from a popular movie - you know the one - with that loyal group of reb...

The March of Freedom

What does it mean to be free? Academy award-winning actor Morgan Freeman leads viewers on a journey worldwide as he listens to the moving ...

Life in a Day

This is a fully crowdsourced documentary depicting precisely one full day on Planet Earth, specifically July 25, 2020, to be exact. Over 3...

The Cost of Concordia

This feature is a satirical and journalistic review of what happened on the Costa Concordia, a cruise ship that partially sank in 2012. We...

Posh Neighbours at War

This documentary gives a look into one woman's experience trying to build her ideal home in one of Britain's most expensive neighb...

Bureau 39: Kim's Cash Machine

The North Korean government is known for its totalitarian and military regime. The Kim family has ruled for over three generations with an...

Prison State

The United States has the world's largest prison population. There are currently 2.3 million people in US prisons, approximately 25% o...

Chicago at the Crossroad

For many of its residents, Chicago feels like two cities instead of one. There is the majorly white and gentrified north side, where every...

Brain Games: Super Senses

We are taught that we only have five senses, the sense of touch, taste, smell, sight, and hearing. All five help us navigate and give mean...

Inside the U.S. Secret Service

Learn additional regarding the U.S. United States intelligence agency that you just ever thought attainable as National Geographic cameras...

The Choice is Ours

Throughout our history, humanity has set its sights on apparently not possible goals, and located the way to appreciate those goals agains...

Testing Tolerance

Sweden has been AN improbably accommodating host to a record range of immigrants in recent years, as well as many that have fled to Europe...

Class Divide

Documentary about class division and gentrification in the West Chelsea neighborhood of New York City and its effects on public housing. ...

Divorce Corp

More money flows through the family courts, than in all other court systems in America combined, over $50 billion a year. Through extensiv...

The Reason I Jump

Based on the book by Naoki Higashida, this immersive film explores the experiences of non-speaking autistic people around the world. The...

All the Streets Are Silent

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, skateboarding and hip-hop culture collide in downtown Manhattan. Archival footage from the era showcase...

Homegrown: The Counter-Terror Dilemma

An investigation into the issue of homegrown Islamic terrorism: actions planned or perpetrated by American citizens or legal US residents....