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Farmageddon (2011) : Farmageddon is the story of a mom whose son healed from all allergies and asthma after consuming raw milk, and real food from farms. It depicts people all over the country who formed food co-ops and private clubs to get these foods, and how they were raided by state and local governments.
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The Boarding School Bomber: Compelling drama-documentary which tells the story of how, three years after the 7/7 attacks on London, a busy shopping centre in Bristol was the intended target of a devastating terrorist attack. However, the young man planning this attack was not your typical terrorist. Born to a middle-class, loving, Christian family, Andrew Ibrahim had a privileged upbringing and attended prestigious public schools. So how did this bright teenager turn into a would-be suicide bomber? This film starring Adam Deacon (Adulthood, Kidulthood) sets out to answer this very question. It plays alongside sensitive interviews with Andrew's friends, classmates and his mother. Police testimony of the race to find the plotter is cut against unprecedented CCTV footage that tracks his every move through the city. Most sinister, however, is the film's portrayal of the world of online extremism which turned Andrew into a terrorist, and the actual footage he viewed online is woven through the film in stark uncut form, surely leaving every mother wondering what her son is up to behind closed doors.
In 2007, filmmaker Fraser C. Heston discovered a cache of lost footage shot by adventure-author Milt Machlin during his expedition to the cannibal coast of New Guinea in 1969, in search of ...
Killing Bin Laden: A one-hour special that provides an intimate second-by-second account of the Bin Laden operation, from the time the crucial intelligence was gathered in 2010, through the burial of bin Laden at sea.
Eric Jones - Metal 3: Eric Jones has the highest level of respect in the magic business for his silky smote sleight of hand and audiences are never the same after watching what Jones plants in their minds. In Metal 3, Eric demonstrates how he makes some of those miracles happen with a few strategic gaffs -- pieces of metal that have been altered in such a way to take advantage of some key coin moves.
I Am Fishead: It is generally acknowledged that our society is shaped like a pyramid. A few at the top create the environment for the rest at the bottom. Who are those people? Are corporate leaders psychopaths?
Horizon - Are We Still Evolving: There is no question that humans are unique in the animal world. We have developed technologies that shelter us from the harshness of the environment in a way that no other creatures have managed. While polar bears evolved thick coats of blubber to insulate them from the Arctic cold, humans could skin that polar bear, and use the pelt as clothing to keep warm. Does this mean that, at some point, technological advances have stopped us evolving?
The Advocate for Fagdom: The Advocate for Fagdom unites the puzzle pieces one by one. Testimonies are combined with rare archive images. Art galeries present movie extracts that are succeeded by images shot on ...
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